Bayh making Page Six made the Indiana Star.
Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., isn't commenting on the veracity of the New York Post's claim that he's on probation at an exclusive suburban Washington country club after his wife, Susan, yelled at the staff too often.[...]Stock Rising?!? You bet it is!
Bayh spokesman Dan Pfeiffer would not say whether the incident occurred.
Pfeiffer said in a statement, "Senator Bayh's stock must be rising if he is now a target of the New York gossip columns, but Hoosiers know Susan Bayh as a kind, compassionate woman who spent eight years waiting tables to put herself through college and law school."[...]
Who knew that Henry Clay was into breeding the type of horses running in the Kentucky Derby?
As adroit at farming and stock as he apparently was at diplomacy and politics, Clay founded Ashland Stud, a resoundingly important foundation of fine racehorses and broodmares that helped make the Bluegrass the horse capital of the world.Now you know the rest of the story...
A history exhibition opening Friday at the Kentucky Horse Park's International Museum of the Horse presents "Kentucky Bloodlines: The Legacy of Henry Clay." It introduces another sort of legacy. That is the fame of Josephine Clay, daughter-in-law of the politician and, eventually, successful proprietress of Ashland Stud.
The exhibition is a valuable reminder that often history is filled more with what we don't know than what we do.
Josephine Clay, born in Missouri in 1835, married Clay's grandson, Eugene Erwin, who was killed at the Battle of Vicksburg during the Civil War. Later, she married Henry Clay's youngest son, John Morrison Clay.
Seems that making a show similar to The Daily Show is becoming a trend nationwide. Kentucky. Utah. Now, Michigan?
[Ann Fracker] said she doesn't want to leave Jackson, but she would like to be on TV -- either hosting a talk show or doing skits like those on The Daily Show.Where di you get your baseball news from?
Forget ESPN's SportsCenter. Now you can get your baseball news on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and on Saturday Night Live.I get my news from...the paper and ESPN. Didn't think I'd get it from those other shows but can we get Barry Bonds' son in the picture.
This is what baseball has come to.
In the wake of congressional hearings on steroid use in baseball, SNL lampooned that panel of former and current players, particularly Mark McGwire and Jose Canseco.
Stewart couldn't resist sending a few barbs toward Bonds after Tuesday's blame-fest and pity party.
CollegeHumor.com makes a lot of revenue.
Collegehumor.com, which has all of these things, is run out of a Manhattan apartment by a core group of five relatively recent college grads. One of them is former Bishop Luers student Zach Klein.Sounds like a nice story. I need to visit that site more often than I have.
Web sites devoted to college humor that are run out of the apartments occupied by recent college grads are nothing unusual in the world, but this is no normal Web site devoted to college humor, and this is not your average apartment occupied by recent college grads, and these are not your typical college grads.
You would know that if you had read the profile of these gentlemen that ran in a January issue of the New Yorker.
In December 2004, revenues from the Web site were $405,000.
Eight million distinct readers visit the Web site every month and the apartment these guys occupy rents for $10,000 a month.[...]
Klein says he and his crew plan to steer Collegehumor.com in some of the same directions traversed by National Lampoon and The Onion.
They are working on a book for Dutton and recently met with “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels to discuss film possibilities.
The folks back home are tickled about all this and Klein’s dad never fails to remind his son to enjoy it while it lasts.
"I call my dad and he always ends the conversation with, ‘Pinch yourself. You’re living the dream.’"
Okay, time to get down to business.