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While We Were Out: Rock Harper, Eartha Kitt, Lance Armstrong

The Reliable Source is on vacation through the holidays; we will resume publishing new columns on Monday, Jan. 5. In the meantime, some other stories from the pages of Style:


Eartha Kitt

Lance Armstrong to become a dad again, surprisingly. Jennifer Aniston says she was like totally photoshopped for that GQ cover, and Miley Cyrus releases a Christmas video, filmed in her walk-in closet. "Hell's Kitchen" winner Rock Harper returns to D.C. to oversee the elegant new offshoot of Ben's Chili Bowl. Wil Haygood remembers his (expensive) luncheon with the late, incomparable Eartha Kitt.

Also: More on Bristol Palin's fiance's mom's drug arrest. Turns out it was for OxyContin -- code name, "coffee" -- which she was allegedly selling to undercover narcs during the campaign. In one text-message, she wrote: "Hey, my phones are tapped and reporters and god knows who else is always following me and the family so no privacy. I will let u no when I can go for cof."

By The Reliable Source  |  December 26, 2008; 10:52 AM ET
 
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I am trying to find out who is handling the catering and bars at the Inauguration at the Pension Building, Armory or Union Station? I want to bartend at one of them but I do not know who I should call.....any help would be apprecitated..

Posted by: RichC3 | December 29, 2008 5:43 PM | Report abuse

I saw Ertha Kitt about ten years ago in Houston and she was fantastic. Only her talent showed - not her age. The energy was captivating. God Bless Ertha Kitt.

Posted by: Kansas28 | January 1, 2009 6:16 PM | Report abuse

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