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Posted at 11:45 AM ET, 01/17/2011

Read this: Golden Globes, BET Honors, Bob Dole, Sarge Shriver

By The Reliable Source

Well, hello! Guy Pearce and January Jones mingle on the Golden Globes red carpet. (Danny Moloshok Photo)

"Some regard the show as the Iowa caucus in a Hollywood campaign for ticket sales and marketing, but it's more like the White House Correspondents' Association dinner -- no one can quite tell you why it even exists, nor is anyone willing to put a stop to it."

-- Hank Stuever on the Golden Globes, the ever-junky awards season kickoff. Our critic gives an unflattering review to host Ricky Gervais. See full coverage of the Golden Globes, including winners and fashion highlights



The Obama family pays another visit to an African-American church in D.C., but thus far show no signs of joining one, report our colleagues Hamil Harris and Peter Wallsten.

In other news: Dispatches from the BET Honors, and the Mr. Mid-Atlantic Leather contest. Bob Dole is out of the hospital, but Sargent Shriver has just gone in.

The Reliable Source is taking the holiday weekend off, but we'll be back online Tuesday and back in print on Wednesday.

By The Reliable Source  | January 17, 2011; 11:45 AM ET
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