Show of Unity: Obama's campaign announces that he, along with his wife Michelle and several top campaign staffers, have each contributed the maximum amount to
Looks like Madge and Guy Ritchie are divorcing.
VH1’s I Love the New Millennium premiered this week. I guess even their clever writers haven’t figured out what to call this decade.
Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson installs huge waterfalls throughout
The conservative Orange County Register comes out in favor of gay marriage in an editorial.
Beating the system: Two guys in Virginia, one of them dressed as a woman, get married. I wonder what the OC Register would say about that.
Advantage Obama: MTV has changed its policy and will now accept political ads.
And in local news...
Philly tries optical illusions to slow down drivers. Somehow I don't think it's going to take people too long to figure these jawns out.
Penn President Amy Gutmann makes a lot of money. $1.1 million last year, to be precise.
Shameless plug for a good friend: WILBUR, my favorite vintage clothier in Philadelphia, is open during the afternoon and evening each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Antiquarian’s Delight, 615 S. 6th St. Parker Posey’s been there!