Weekend Roundup: Juanes, Bronx Mowgli, Nicole Kidman
In Saturday's Names and Faces, Marissa Newhall catches up with Colombian rocker-humanitarian-heartthrob Juanes, in D.C. to get an award for his land-mine-eradication work. Juanes, what is your message for the youth? "Maybe we are too rational and forget there is a world of sensitivity in music. It is one of the ways we can vanquish inequality." Swoon.
Also, Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz welcome a son, raise the ante for eyesore celebaby names: Bronx Mowgli Wentz.
And in Sunday's Style section, Hank Stuever interviews Nicole Kidman and tries hard not to be drawn into her seductive celebrity vortex. "She's added new glow to her old glow, and managed to lose some of that Stepford frozen-robot face. (What was she doing to her face? No -- you ask her.)"
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November 22, 2008; 12:24 PM ET
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