They said it
"I've traveled with a political rock star and now an actual rock star. There are perks to traveling with a real rock star. I can share Sheryl's makeup, which I couldn't do with Al Gore." -- Environmental activist Laurie David (wife of Larry), an executive producer of Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, on what it's like to travel the country with Sheryl Crow in a biodiesel-fueled tour bus. And in other Laurie David news, read about her uncomfortable run-in this weekend with Karl Rove.
With his weekend box office win, Hollywood is finally realizing what he have for years: Shia LaBeouf is the new Zach Braff. (And, for those of you who missed it, Shia made a bang on Saturday Night Live. And, above, Shia compares hosting SNL to his bar mitzvah.
"Abe Coleman, a squat powerhouse of a professional wrestler, billed by promoters as the Hebrew Hercules and known to opponents by the two-footed kick he copied from kangaroos, died Wednesday in New York. He was 101, probably making him the oldest professional wrestler, according to wrestling publications ... When Coleman wasn’t the Hebrew Hercules, he was presented as the Jewish Tarzan. The Jewish Daily Bulletin in 1934 hailed him as “a past master of the art of grunts, groans and grimaces.”