As a beleaguered bar photographer, I thrive on those slam-dunk photo ops that ensure I will have plenty of pretty to photograph with a minimum of mishigas (Yes, Mishigas!) and effort. Case in point: Kentucky Derby ...
With music from Fox's Glee beating out The Beatles and Elvis for most Top 100 singles and American Idol ravaging through the American songbook weekly, you'd think that cover versions were at some sort of new ...
Special Guest: Windy City Times writer Ross Forman One thing you'd like to have named after you A street sign, candy bar, beach - or all. - Ross Anything from a street to a sandwich. - Andrew I'm someone that likes ...
1) Finalist Sylviette shows us the greatest love of all. 2) Finalist James doesn't blink in the face of competition. 3) Contestant Justin takes Pubert's sexy prize. 4) (L-R) Judge Jerry "Pubert" Nunn, finalist James, judge ...
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