Wednesday, October 19, 2005
What We Need to Know Today- October 19, 2005
More Judy Miller fallout
Editor and Publisher: JUDY MILLER FALLOUT AT THE NY TIMES
Fishbowl NY: A ROUNDUP OF JUDY MILLER POSTS
Sarah Silverman is one of the funniest chicks in the world. The New Yorker does a well deserved profile on her.
Tilda Swinton will star as a forensic psychologist opposite Amber Tamblyn's murder suspect in the indie feature "Stephanie Daley."
For fans of Alias the good news is that Vaughn may not be dead. Michael Vartan was seen on the set shooting this week. Stay tuned for more information.
There is justice: ABC's Grey's Anatomy (18.3 million) has been steadily growing over the past three weeks even as Sunday lead-in Desperate Housewives (25.8 million) has declined. The gap between the shows has narrowed by 2 million since the season's start.
Barbra Streisand's early TV special will be available on DVD for the first time in November. "My Name is Barbra," "Color Me Barbra," "A Happening in Central Park," "Belle of Fourteenth Street," and "Barbra Streisand...and Other Musical Instruments" will all find their way to disc and a number of the specials will be broadcast on PBS stations in December. The DVDs will make many Streisand performances that have not been seen since their original broadcasts available to the public.
Julie Powell took Julia Child's recipes and first put them on a blog and now into a hit book- Julie and Julia 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen.
MSNBC: CHANNELING JULIA CHILD ONE RECEIPE AT A TIME
Roger Federer's part-time coach Tony Roche has agreed to help Indian rising star Sania Mirza on a short-term basis. Roche will work with the 18-year-old for three weeks over Christmas, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Just cause I love her- "When Joni Mitchell arrived in Los Angeles from Canada in 1968, she landed in exactly the right place at exactly the right time. In an exclusive extract from his new book, Barney Hoskyns tells how the hipsters who all hung out together in Laurel Canyon fell both for Mitchell and her music - and turned Sixties rock on its head..."
read the rest from The Guardian: LADY OF THE CANYON