Ronald Reagan may have been an actor before he became a politician, but he was never a sex symbol like Rock Hudson or Montgomery Clift. There’s a reason for that: The dude is asexual. That’s why the allegations in the upcoming tell-all, “Elizabeth Taylor: There Is Nothing Like A Dame,” are especially, um, unsettling.
According to the book’s author, a teenage Taylor went to then 36-year-old Reagan’s house for dinner and seduced him. Ew. Read More
San Francisco's famously steep hills may be scary to travel on for some, but for the newly crowned “Bachelor” Ben Flajnik, they’re a means to an end -- marriage. Read More
The Draft Ed Lee campaign announced Tuesday that it is launching a new television and Internet advertisement campaign encouraging the interim mayor to run for the office in November, according to a statement from the campaign. Read More
Was Botox mom’s story made up for cash?According to TMZ, the British tabloid, The Sun, may have paid the Botox mom to take on a fake name for a made up story about how she gave her 8-year-old beauty pageant daughter Botox. Read More
Britney Spears has boldly promised San Francisco a “morning to remember.” Read More
As The Examiner’s chief congressional correspondent Susan Ferrechio blogged last week, new House members “get” the Tea Party’s demand that they make significant cuts to President Obama’s budget. Read More
Are the three national broadcast news networks preserves for male supremacy? Judging by which correspondents got the most air time in 2010, it would seem so, according to figures compiled by the Tyndall Report.
Politico's Mike Allen points to Tyndall's top 20 compilation and notes the ranking: Read More
Lawmakers across Capitol Hill, both Democrats and Republicans, were surprised to learn recently that the Obama administration has made reaching out to Muslim nations a top priority for the space agency NASA. They will probably be more surprised to learn that administration officials told the Middle East news organization Al Jazeera about it before they told Congress. Read More
Running around the airwaves:
- ESPN personality Chris Berman, or “Boomer” as his close friends call him, will become a member of the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday. It is amazing the face time this guy gets, not saying he doesn’t deserve it, because he does. He is bigger than life. Congratulations Boomer! Read More