Bits and Pieces - May 12, 2014
May 12, 2014
Scores strip club in Atlantic City has offered Monica Lewinsky a job as a hostess in their Cigar Bar. It wouldn't be Monica's first cigar job.
Will ROBIN THICKE and PAULA PATTON reconcile? It kind of sounds like it could happen as Paula sat down with Vanity Fair and said, "We've known each other since we were teenagers. All I can tell you is there's a deep love there - always was, and always will be." Paula added, "He wasn't my first kiss, but he was my first lots of other things."
Fox has announced that AMERICAN IDOL will be back for season 14. Auditions will begin June 18th in Minneapolis and hit 15 cities. It's expected that all of the judges will be back next season.
- The BLACK KEYS have unveiled their summer tour plans. The band will kick off a month-long European tour starting June 20th in Germany before hitting the road in North America starting September 5th with Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg and St. Vincent. The Black Keys' new album, "Turn Blue," will be out May 13th. (See announcement here)
The number of New York police officers who died from ground zero-related illnesses are now greater than the 60 killed on the day of the 9/11 attacks. The names of 20 additional officers have been added to the black granite memorial, which brings the total to 71 who died from illnesses connected to the attack.
The New York Yankees have announced that they'll retire the No. 6 of Joe Torre, who managed the team to four World Series championships in a five-year run that began in 1996. That will leave Derek Jeter's No. 2 as the only single-digit number not retired by the Yankees.
It may be time to re-evaluate your life if you're 42 years old and still living with your mother. You'll likely be motivated to change those living arrangements if your mother finds you drunk in your bedroom and asks why you're not at work and you proceed destroy her house and car with a baseball bat. Such was the case for Port St. Lucie, Florida's Paul Rossi, who went into a rage and started smashing his mother's windows, antiques and dishes. Mom called police as her son was chasing her with the bat and officers arrived to find a flat-screen TV and some furniture at the bottom of the swimming pool. At last report Paul was living with a cellmate.
2004: 40-year-old Randy Johnson became the oldest pitcher in major league history to throw a perfect game
musician Jack Johnson 39