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Read this: Gala nightmare, Drew Storen, Hollywood scribe


(Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

Washington gala nightmare! Secret Service courtesy-tow a Maryland woman's Lexus from outside the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation dinner -- and now they can't find it! ...Drew Storen -- you know, the Nats rookie pitcher who isn't Stephen Strasburg -- returns to Stanford for the off-season, aiming to be one of the 3 percent of MLB players with a college degree.... Hollywood reporter James Bacon dies at 96; leaves behind some great old stories: "Once posing as a coroner, Mr. Bacon made his way past a police barricade to get Lana Turner's firsthand account of the fatal stabbing of her lover... Operating in an era when media agents posed few restrictions, Mr. Bacon often found himself drinking with his subjects," i.e., John Wayne.

By The Reliable Source  | September 20, 2010; 11:16 AM ET
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