Jason Wu Likes Coffee, Cats, Law & Order, and Shepherd’s Pie
He's just like us!By Amy Odell
He's just like us!By Amy Odell
The 'Law & Order' actor will present an award to his makeup artist next week.By Sharon Clott
This needs to be discussed.By Jessica Pressler and Chris Rovzar
'Law & Order' visits Dallas BBQ!By Daniel Maurer
Somebody send a bus.By Chris Rovzar
"Somebody’s got to die, I’m afraid."By Jada Yuan
‘I had lunch with my friend LaChanze, Tony award winner from ‘The Color Purple.’’By Alexandra Vallis
Detective John Munch answers our usual 21 Questions.By Jessica Pressler
L.A. just passed a similar bill, and don't we want to be like L.A.?
'Animal Fair' magazine and the Humane Society spend $10,000 so Conrad could appear in their fashion show, but she refused to walk.
Cracks a joke at the crime scene.
Plus: Tarsem is totally keeping it simple for his next movie.
Hookers, hypocrisy, and black socks reappear on television in tomorrow night's season finale! Love that Dick Wolf.
Robert De Niro will put an outpost of the Japanese restaurant in his financial-district hotel, 'Law and Order: SVU' featured a locavore villain this week, and consumers are starting to stockpile food again.
The former "Page Six"–er will get deep sixed on Dick Wolf's hit show.
The indie actress is felled by a viral infection, Salman Rushdie would vote for Barack Obama, and writer Peter Davis cares too much about a socialite contest. All that and the rest of the gossip from New York's tabloids today.
Plus: The Breeders' bizarre listening party, the Smashing Pumpkins' lawsuit against their record company, and a lot of 'Law & Order' sound effects.
Andrew Kissel, the real-estate developer who was found tied up and stabbed to death two years ago in his Greenwich, Connecticut, home after being found guilty of fraud, probably hired his driver to kill him. Yeah. It's actually a really dramatic, juicy story, but Greenwich detective chief David Ridberg can't tell us about it, even though he's dying to. But he can tell us about his TV-watching habits.
André 3000's better half collaborates with the Atlanta Ballet, T.I. goes to Easter Mass, and the A-Team movie is actually being released! In movie theaters!
Did Bear Stearns collapse in part because of a whisper campaign? How will Starbucks keep its customers if everyone starts pinching pennies? And what did Sarah Jessica Parker think of Maxim naming her the "unsexiest woman alive"? Our weekly roundup of law, media, and business news.
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