Johnny Depp, Danny DeVito, Patti Smith, and Helena Bonham Carter vodka-toasted Tim Burton at the Russian Tea Room to celebrate the opening of his MoMA exhibit. Cindy Crawford’s alleged blackmailer turned himself in to German police. Jane Fonda, Forest Whitaker, and Christian Slater were honored in Dusseldorf. J.Lo’s ex says she’s having him followed, and he’s received death threats ever since he tried to sell a book and racy home movies of her. Ben Affleck and Blake Lively took a trip to Mohegan Sun to shoot a casino scene for The Town. And while running errands with his daughter, Hugh Jackman stopped to chat with a woman selling Obama condoms. … [Read more...] about Wilmer Valderrama Is Back!
The Dr. Oz Show Grandparents of two missing children speak out about their fear that the family is part of a cult. (N) 1 p.m. KTTV … [Read more...] about What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ concludes on the CW
Oops. The Nationals imploded, and now appear to be an organization in total chaos. (Maybe it’s the football team across town rubbing off on them.) And Flushing has been having a nonstop party for two months. Who knows how smoothly the rest of the season will go. But for a while it’s seemed like every day is another come-from-behind win. (The Mets are the team with clubhouse cohesion these days. The Mets!) In fact, the trade deadline, which was supposed to be the signifier of Mets ownership’s inability to help out their desperate team, actually became the turning point: The Mets kept Wilmer Flores, who cried on the field when he thought he’d been traded but has keyed several spectacular wins since; added Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe, probably thinking they shouldn’t expect anything from a seemingly terminally injured David Wright; then welcomed back their captain and watched him hit a first-swing home run and settle right back into being a regular; and, … [Read more...] about Is a Subway Series Too Much to Ask?
In the sixth and seventh innings of Game 3, the Cubs played like a team that really has been cursed, be it by a goat or a black cat or a Bartman. In a 2-2 game in the sixth, with Yoenis Céspedes on third and two out, Michael Conforto swung and missed for strike three, but the ball got by catcher Miguel Montero and rolled to the backstop, allowing Conforto to reach first and Céspedes to score the go-ahead run. The next batter, Wilmer Flores, then hit a ball to the right that Jorge Soler misplayed, and it, too, would have meant a Mets run if not for the Wrigley Field ivy and the ballpark’s unique ground rules. … [Read more...] about The Mets Are One Win From the World Series
Police and paramedics gather around a vehicle where the body of an unidentified man lies inside, after he died on his way to the hospital after suffering stab wounds in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Wednesday, May 1, 2019. San Pedro Sula was the world's most murderous city four years straight from 2011 to 2014, and the country's nation-wide murder rate in 2018 was 41 per 100,000, one of the highest on the planet. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez) … [Read more...] about Violence, poverty reign in Honduran city where caravans form