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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.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  April 23, 2009; 1:00 AM ET
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