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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | March 19, 2008
Money Makes the World Go `Round," "Money Changes Everything," "Money, That's What I Want!" Those are just three famous song titles extolling the power of the filthy lucre. And believe it or not, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan might be singing the cash-poor blues, if you believe the weekly glossies. Both Lindsay and Britney are said to be struggling a bit. Britney -- who hasn't really worked since she French-kissed Madonna on the MTV Awards a few years back -- is reported to have been almost evicted from her Malibu home last month when she failed to fork up the $35,000-a-month rent.
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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | October 23, 2007
I WASN'T really into being followed around everywhere by six guys in six SUVs with two-way radios. ... I don't want to feed the fishies. I also didn't want to be one of those people who are sour about it. So I decided I'd just leave."
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August 26, 2007
On Aug. 23, 1893, ground was broken for the Harford Creamery on a road two miles east of Shawsville and two miles north of Madonna now called Harford Creamery Road. Machinery began churning at the creamery on Dec. 10, 1893. The boiler was known as "Old Bess." With a new plant to process milk up and running, farmers began to keep more cows. The plant at one time had 100 contributors and handled as much as 20,000 pounds of milk a day. The milk was separated from the cream and some of the cream was made into butter.
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August 16, 2007
77 Frank Gifford Sportscaster 54 Kathie Lee Gifford TV personality 49 Madonna Singer 49 Angela Bassett Actress 44 Steve Carell Actor
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,sun reporter | May 3, 2007
He never kissed Jennifer Hudson. This week on American Idol, the scroogy Simon Cowell was so impressed with Lakisha Jones' rendition of a Bon Jovi song that he kissed the contestant from Fort Meade. "You rose to the challenge, you absolutely nailed it," Cowell told Jones before smooching her. "And nice lips." A kiss may be just a kiss, but some, perhaps like Cowell's and Jones', belong in a Hall of Fame: Richard Gere and Shilpa Shetty: Last month, mobs in India burned Gere in effigy after the silver-haired American dipped and kissed the Bollywood actress in New Delhi.
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April 17, 2007
Concert Lightman performs Toby Lightman's acoustic guitar sound is also influenced by hip-hop and rock. Her latest album, Bird on a Wire, was produced by Bill Bottrell, most famous for producing Sheryl Crow's early work, and Patrick Leonard, known for his work with Madonna. Lightman performs at 8 tonight in Annapolis. The concert is at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. Tickets are $15. Call 410-268-4545 or go to ramshead tavern.com.
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By GENA R. CHATTIN | April 12, 2007
Toby Lightman is a study in contradiction. Both hip-hop and rock influence her acoustic guitar sound. Her latest album, Bird on a Wire, was produced by Bill Bottrell, most famous for producing Sheryl Crow's early work, and Patrick Leonard, known for his work with Madonna. After opening for Howie Day, Gavin DeGraw, Rob Thomas, Jewel and even Prince, Lightman fronts her own show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Annapolis. The concert is at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. Tickets are $15. Call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadtavern.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Reporter | April 2, 2007
Over the years, Madonna has evolved both in music and fashion. As the controversial pop star has matured, so has her taste in clothes. Nowhere is that more evident than in the second year of her collaboration with H&M, a clothing line called M by Madonna. Last year, the hip chain of cheap chic clothing sold a Madonna track suit and reported that the sporty ensemble was a success with its younger shoppers. This year, the partnership between the two continues with a more mature, sophisticated and fashion-forward line of clothing and accessories: soft and slinky dresses, stylish trench coats, clutch bags, leather belts and the must-have of any good collection, Hollywood glam-girl sunglasses.
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By Cynthia Tucker | October 30, 2006
ATLANTA -- Thank heaven for Oprah. Last week, the queen of TV talk had the common sense to applaud Madonna's charitable works in the desperately poor African nation of Malawi. Interviewing the beleaguered pop culture icon via satellite, Oprah Winfrey made clear that she and her studio audience supported Madonna's efforts, including her provisional adoption of a small boy. It's about time that an influential voice stepped forward to state the obvious: No matter what Madonna's motives are, she is doing the right thing.
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