ROOKIE’S ‘LUCKY’ BREAK Tom Hanks welled up on Monday as he was presented with a Theatre World Award for his performance as Daily News Pulitzer winner Mike McAlary in “Lucky Guy.” He was one of 12 recipients of the prestigious prize, which recognizes a “significant debut.” At 56 and with two Oscars, Hank makes an odd rookie. But when it comes to the stage, he said, “it hints that there’s more to come. I really hope so.” Hanks is favored to win a Tony on Sunday.
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Hollywood Park: Game On Dude back on target for Gold Cup
My thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims. #Bless — Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) June 8, 2013 Santa Monica gunman used an AR-15 assault rifle to murder 6 people. The civilian killing machine that keeps on killing. #Newtown #Aurora — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 8, 2013 My heart goes out to all the victims &their families in the SMC shooting. Tragic and Senseless…
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Hollywood actresses no longer favored for magazine covers
“He never really got sick,” Baffert said on Friday. Baffert said that Game On Dude “needed” the workout on Thursday. Game On Dude is unbeaten in three starts this year, including the Santa Anita Handicap in March and the $1.5 million Charles Town Classic in West Virginia in his most recent start, on April 20.
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Hollywood Reacts to Santa Monica Shooting Rampage
Covers featuring celebrities Demi Lovato , Khloe Kardashian and Selena Gomez were among their top five best sellers in 2012. Lovato is a singer-songwriter, Kardashian is a reality television personality and Gomez is a singer and an actress best known for her work on television. Vogue’s best seller this year featured Beyonce on the cover. A 2012 issue featuring Lady Gaga sold nearly twice as many copies as the January issue featuring three-time Oscar winning film star Meryl Streep . The editor in chief at Glamour, said singers Beyonce and Rihanna “do an incredible job of connecting with their fans,” calling them the “Mick Jaggers of today” — a reference to the Rolling Stones frontman.
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