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Artist Lisa Dahl Gets the Housing-Market Blues

Real-estate prices are through the roof, so Lisa Dahl has painted her own little blue house on a very green prairie, using acrylic paint on a ripped page from a nameless real-estate magazine.

Glamorous Celebrities! At, Um, Wollman Rink…

In which our Tim Murphy attends "Skating With the Stars — Under the Stars" and accosts celebrities like Donald Trump, Johnny Weir, and Christopher Meloni with his camera crew.

Does Court Ruling Mean the Death of Superman?

After all, the argument goes, now these schmoes who are leeching off their father's legacy can force DC to stop printing Superman comics or demand that Warner Bros. stop making Superman movies!

Michael Cera Is Scott Pilgrim!

Cera will play Bryan Lee O'Malley's lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.

MSNBC Trades Tucker Carlson for David Gregory, Interminable Election Coverage

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So, Tucker Carlson's show Tucker on MSNBC has been canceled, Carlson confirmed to Politico this morning after what felt like five to seven years of rumors of its demise. As of 10 a.m., his Wikipedia entry had already been updated to reflect his status as the "former host." Now, MSNBC tells us that the Tuck will stay on as a correspondent, but his time slot will be taken over by David Gregory, MSNBC's silver fox of a White House correspondent, who will cover the campaign with a show called Race to the White House With David Gregory. That's fine and all — we understand that in these fraught times the people need another show that will debate campaign minutiae — but we're a little disappointed that they didn't go with Rosie.

Breaking: Chloé Hires New Designer

Looks like the executives at Chloé are tired of being hit-and-miss. WWD reports that the fashion house is replacing creative director Paulo Melim Andersson with Hannah MacGibbon:

Angelo Mozilo Just Wants to Help People

LAW • After testifying in front of the House Committee on Government and Oversight Reform last week about the gargantuan pay package he picked up while his company hemorrhaged money, Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo made Congress a nice little offer: "Mr. Mozilo said he had left a card in each Congressional office with a help line for constituents having problems with their loans. He added that if the number didn’t work, “call me— I take this very seriously.’” [NYT] • Since the federal death-penalty statute was revived in 1998, New York federal juries have been reluctant to impose the death sentence. [NYT] • You know those ads for legal firms in the Metro? Yeah, they're really not all that effective. [Legal Blog Watch]