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Housewife Jacqueline Laurita Was Not A Stripper

Housewife Jacqueline Laurita Was Not A Stripper
Shortly before Christmas, InTouch Magazine published an article accusing “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita of making her living as a stripper. Our very own Celebrity Magnet Tom Murro has obtained exclusive proof that she worked hard to pay her bills in Sin City while working in a daycare –and not on a... Read more »

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol Will Leave Your Brain In A Knot

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol Will Leave Your Brain In A Knot
  Leave it to the Mission: Impossible franchise to pull off an impossible mission – to not only show moviegoers that the fourth installment is as fresh as the first 15 years ago, but that Tom Cruise is too. Judging by the numbers, Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol is ripe for a record run. In... Read more »

You Can Own Barack And Michelle Obama's Wristwatches For The Holiday's

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Tom Murro shares his celebrity inspired gift giving ideas for the holiday’s on FOX CT.  You too can own artwork owned by Snooki and the watches worn by notables like Buzz Aldrin, Gov Chris Christie, David Paterson, Angelina Jolie, 1st Lady Michelle Obama and even President Obama.
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A Larry King Toast ,Some Holiday Cheer And Ron Howard Makes Another Movie

A Larry King Toast ,Some Holiday Cheer And Ron Howard Makes Another Movie
In the city where the shopper never sleeps, nothing says “tis’ the season” like the unveiling of the holiday-themed window displays at Manhattan’s top tier department stores. Celebrity Magnet Tom Murro hit Fifth Avenue last Monday night, along with Food Network chef Chris Nirschel and Kathy Lee Gifford, for a VIP look at Lord and... Read more »

Chicago Native David Diehl Attends Legends Of Sports Gala To Cure Paralysis

Chicago Native David Diehl Attends Legends Of Sports Gala To Cure Paralysis
The 26th Annual Great Sports Legends Gala raised more than 10 million dollars for the Miami Project/Marc Buoniconti Fund was held Monday night in the Grand Ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. The Buoniconti Fund is committed to finding a cure for paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury and to seeing millions... Read more »

Chicago, God, A Russian with a Harmonica, and an Oxford Comma

God and I made a deal with each other when I was in Junior High: I accept that he doesn’t exist, and he/she/it only reminds me once in a blue moon in strange and unusual ways that my life can be fleeting. He/She/It was making himself/herself/itself known tonight in the form of a city wide... Read more »
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C2E2 Friday

I must admit, The Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (AKA C2E2) made a good first impression, with minor hitches. Unless something catastrophic happens, a comic con pretty much is the Jell-O of events: in terms of expectations you’d have to be pretty darn inept to mess it up. There will certainly be the things you... Read more »

Defiant and brutally honest: Five questions with Wade Bowen

The artists fronting the branch of Americana music based in Texas are notoriously stubborn. They write songs that don’t fit on radio and tell you they don’t care. Where they stand out is, they make you believe that. Nobody currently a part that genre presents himself to his fans more confidently than Wade Bowen, who... Read more »

15 reasons this is not a farewell to Cross Canadian Ragweed story

1. Chicago should be too flattered for goodbyes Cody Canada breaks the news to me in May, just before an acoustic show at Joe’s Sports Bar on Weed Street: “Hey. Before the rumors get started, we’re going on hiatus.” Cross Canadian Ragweed has been at the top of the branch of Americana music with an... Read more »
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55 Movies Broken Down to Their Most Basic Premise

We all love movies, but sometimes all the gloss and complexity of film-making can make us overlook the simplicity of most plot-lines. That’s why we’ve decided to break these 55 films down to their most basic premise for you.