“Painstakingly collected over a lifetime by Mayme Agnew Clayton…the massive collection of books, films, documents and other precious pieces of America’s past has remained essentially hidden for decades, most of it piled from floor to ceiling in a rams
Thanks Rob! “After Mel Gibson’s famous rant, the silence in Hollywood among top studio executives—with the notable exception of Sony’s Amy Pascal—was stunning. Why was it so difficult for so many, so many of them Jews themselves, to say anything?”
“We all know the poor Asian kid who grew up burdened with the name Eugene (he probably played clarinet in the school band)…Or the girl whose parents figured “Fanny” was a traditional English name that no one could possibly find fault with.”
“White men dominate the leadership positions in college sports, a new study says, with women and minorities making only slow progress moving into the top jobs.”
(sub required) “Nascar could be taking a big step toward changing its image by announcing that Max Siegel, a black gospel-music executive, will become the No. 2 executive at Dale Earnhardt Inc.”
Thanks Jason! “These days, the more sophisticated way to get the N word across loud and clear is to simply act it out. That’s what this woman’s intense stare was about while she gathered her bags close to her.”
“Kitty Kelley has chosen the talk show queen as the subject of her next tell-all, unauthorized biography…Kelley…is notorious for writing juicy books loathed by their subjects and disputed by critics.”
“I watched Russell Simmons on CNN the other day and saw what many may have considered a strange sight. He was basically slamming the movie Blood Diamonds and demanding that its parent company Warner Brothers be more responsible with what they put out ther
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