Classic rocker WMGK-FM (102.9) and Xfinity Live Philadelphia are hosting a free concert by Eddie Money on July 3 at, yes, that's right, Xfinity Live. Admission and parking gratis! Infinity Live throws doors open at 11 a.m. Then the WMGK house band All That Matters plays at 7:30 p.m., and Eddie goes on at 9. Other bands may be added as we go. More info: wmgk.com.
A new cure for exhaustion!
OK, so Lindsay Lohan (a) worked 85 hours in four days for her TV biopic Liz & Dick; (b) was treated in hospital for exhaustion; and (c) responded Saturday by zooming straight from the set (in Liz Taylor makeup and hair!) to L.A. club Chateau Marmont, where she partied till 1 a.m., according to Blabbermouths. She was hangin' with the man-type males, and also Ashley Benson (Pretty Little Liars), Busy Philipps (Cougar Town), and Haylie Duff, sis of Hillary. Youth's wonderful. So is surviving it.
Things and also other things
Jack Osbourne, son of Ozzie and Sharon, announced in People mag Sunday that he has multiple sclerosis. The autoimmune disease is treatable but is also a great challenge to anyone who has it. In April, Jack and fiancée Lisa Stelly became parents to daughter Pearl Clementine. ... The fabulously talented Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland is pregnant with her first child. She and hub Justin Miller married seven months ago. ... Giuliana Rancic, longtime host at E! channel, and husband Bill had a charming Dad's Day bash at a pal's Beverly Hills pad, with 80-100 friends, including Melissa Rivers and Lisa Ling. G and B announced the baby they are having by surrogate is a boy. ... Rihanna has unveiled her 16th tattoo, a gun-shaped falcon on her right ankle. Art by Bang Bang. ... Graham Elliot, large Chicago chef and host of MasterChef on Fox, says he and wife Allie are expecting a boy (child number 3) in September. Name? Jedediah Pope. ... Stacy Keibler, gf of George Clooney, denies rumors she is with child. ... L.A. police say they'll seek no charges against Timothy Busfield (The West Wing, thirtysomething) for allegedly groping a date at the movies. ... Paul, it turns out, is not dead! "When I'm Sixty-Four" was six years ago for Sir Paul McCartney, who turned 70 Monday.
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