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Ted Leonsis (Kevin Clark/The Washington Post)
Life after government is fun! Condi Rice -- who last week blogged about following Tiger Woods at the Masters -- arranged a private sit-down in Los Angeles last month with, of all people, "American Idol's" Randy Jackson, US Weekly reports. Her rep says she's a fan, and wanted to talk music.
You're not a real mogul until you've written a book. Caps owner/AOL millionaire Ted Leonsis has signed with Regnery to write a motivational memoir. "The Business of Happiness" -- about how happy people get happy, himself included -- is set for an early 2010 release.
Finally, someone's doing something: Mia Farrow will start a hunger strike Monday to protest the Darfur humanitarian crisis. The actress, 64, says she'll go without food for 21 days, or however long she can.
Morou Ouattara needs more kids or fewer restaurants. The "Iron Chef" contestant, whose Alexandria place named after daughter Farrah Olivia is closing at the end of the month, will open a new place in Crystal City -- this one named for younger daughter Kora.
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April 23, 2009; 1:00 AM ET
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