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Annual Race To Erase Ms Gala Returns With An Incredible, Luxurious Live And Silent Auction

The 26th annual Race to Erase Ms Gala will take place on Friday, May 10, 2019 at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

The gala will honor actress Selma Blair for her bravery and strength demonstrated during her personal battle with Ms. The gala will also honor the Hausman Family Foundation, for its incredible and most generous support of Race to Erase Ms. Grammy-nominated R&B/Soul artist Aloe Blacc and platinum-selling international music star Flo Rida will perform. David Foster will serve as the evening’s musical producer. The landmark event will also boast a Spring/Summer 2019 runway show from Hollywood-favorite fashion brand alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet with many celebrities modeling in the show. The legendary, celebrity-filled gala has raised over $48 million to date for Race to Erase Ms and its Center Without Walls program. The Race to Erase Ms Gala has always been known for its one of a
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Vin Scully And The “Best Pillow In The World”

Vin Scully, the voice of the Dodgers, is calling it a career this weekend after 67 years in the booth. If you will indulge me, I’d like to tell you about one of my favorite moments from Scully behind the microphone, and about one night at Dodger Stadium that will make me miss him even more.

But first, a little background. I was never a big baseball guy growing up, even though I played a couple of seasons on a local Little League team. (Our squad was called the Firemen.) During those days, when I wasn’t playing the game, either in Little League or somewhere on my grandma’s farm with my cousins, the presence of a baseball broadcast usually meant that something I’d rather have been watching on TV was unavailable to see because someone else wanted to watch the damn game. (I tried to sit down,
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Hyun-jin Ryu -- Don't Blame Announcer For Jinxing Perfect Game ... Says Vin Scully

  • TMZ
You Can't blame Dodgers announcer Charley Steiner for jinxing Hyun-jin Ryu's perfect game yesterday ... even though he started talking about it with only 6 outs to go ... so sayeth Vin Scully. Dodgers fans started cringing at the top of the 8th inning when Steiner brought up Sandy Koufax -- and mentioned how Ryu was only 6 outs away from joining the Hall of Fame as the only other Dodger to throw a perfect game. Two pitches later ... it was all over.
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Larry King -- Calls for Women in Late Night ... While Eyeballing a Hot Chick

  • TMZ
Larry King definitely thinks it's time for a woman to host a late night ta-- whoa ... look at that fine piece of ass!The legendary talker was out to dinner last night with Los Angeles Dodgers radio announcer Charley Steiner ... when we asked him about potential replacements for David Letterman.King professed his love for Chelsea Handler -- one of the most prominent names in the rumor mill -- and proceeded to say it's time
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The prodigal son returns? Could Keith Olbermann and Espn really bury the hatchet?

“Keith was tough on everybody. There was a rumor a few years ago that maybe he would come back, and one of our coordinating producers said, ‘I think it would be a good idea but with one caveat. If we hire Olbermann back, he first has to stand in the reception area and everybody who wants to, gets to come up and punch him in the stomach.’” — Espn’s Rece Davis, in Espn: Those Guys Have All the Fun, by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales.

Work on those abs, Olbermann! Get your brass-knuckles ready, Bristol!

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'Those Guys Have All the Fun': We cast the Espn movie

  • Pop2it
"Those Guys Have All the Fun," the history of Espn co-written by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales, is on its way to becoming a movie.

Deadline reports that 20th Century Fox has picked up film rights to the book, a warts-and-all chronicle of the cable network's founding, rise and current behemoth status in sports and pop culture. The project is a long way from the casting stage -- the studio hasn't even hired a screenwriter yet -- but we thought we'd help get things started with a few suggestions of our own.

We get that the movie will likely focus on the off-camera drama at Espn, and we'll leave the casting of those roles to the professionals. But we have a few thoughts on who can play some of Espn's on-air talent.

Chris Berman: One of two original Espn anchors still with the network, Berman is a larger-than-life figure there.
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