The [Friday] Papers
"Jenna Jameson, one of the world's most famous porn stars, is being held accountable by a court in suburban Chicago for something decidedly un-sexy: breach of contract," Huffington Post notes.
"The actress, who's called by her legal name Jenna Marie Massoli in the case, was contracted to come to two theaters in the suburbs, for a book signing of her latest title, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star and a screening of her 2008 movie, Zombie Strippers!," according to the Chicago Tribune.
"Shortly before the appearance, she allegedly sent a note to theater owner Ted E.C. Bulthaup III saying that she had some vague kind of 'medical emergency' and wouldn't be able to make the gigs on March 24th through 26th of this year.
"Trouble for Jenna: it only takes a cursory Googling to see where she was that weekend. And it isn't in the hospital . . . "
Click through to find out where.
Check YouTube tomorrow to find out why she really canceled.
Takin' A Ride
By which time Apple will have developed three new operating systems, a nanoPad you can fold up and put in your pocket, a music app that pumps tunes from a cloud directly into your brain, and a universal fare card for interstellar travel.
"Councilman Leroy Schaffer called police last Friday after receiving a suspicious package from Chicago containing a dud grenade. Schaffer, 72, later admitted to investigators that he drove to Chicago and mailed the package to himself.
"He said he did so for sympathy, claiming there are a lot of people who want to kill him."
Even more now.
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Posted on July 8, 2011
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