August 9, 1989 |
Maria Shriver changes clothes 12 times over the course of her hour-long NBC news special "Fatal Addictions" (tonight at 10 on Channel 3). That doesn't necessarily make her a shopping addict, but it does make you wonder. "Addictions," a breezy docu-teaser riding the crest of the abuse wave, makes you wonder about everybody: "your neighbor, your co-worker, your sibling . . . even you. " Implying that every third person in America is addicted to something or other is how "Addictions" justifies its overproduced and under-reported self.
May 3, 1995 |
Arnold Schwarzenegger holds a newly minted commemorative silver dollar bearing the likeness of his mother-in-law, Eunice Kennedy Shriver. She became the first living woman to be honored on U.S. legal tender. It was for her work with Special Olympics International. Also at the ceremony at the U.S. Mint in Center City were (from left) Schwarzenegger's wife, Maria Shriver; Eunice Kennedy Shriver; and Mark Shriver.
May 18, 2011 |
Major media outlets, from ABC News to USA Today, aren't hesitating to share the latest revelation in the Arnold Schwarzenegger scandal - the name of the "housekeeper-turned-baby-mama," as the New York Post puts it. Mildred Patricia Baena, who usually goes by Patty, did cleaning and other chores for the family for more than two decades, until parting ways in January, according to TMZ.com. According to "sources," she pursued Schwarzenegger in the late 1990s, and they had unprotected sex during their daytime encounters - never at night, TMZ writes.
March 27, 2014 |
Lil' Terminator & her mom Precocious and quite talented, The Govinator 's 24-year-old daughter, blogger and author Katherine Schwarzenegger , on Tuesday will release a new book, I Just Graduated ... Now What?: Honest Answers From Those Who Have Been There . Despite the awkward question-mark-colon conjunction, it reportedly is a useful guide for the young and lost who are bewildered when faced with a future full of possibility. KS chats in the book with grown-up folk dripping with sagacity (and fame)
October 30, 2003 |
Arnold Schwarzenegger and his political phenomenon rolled onto Capitol Hill yesterday for the first time since his election as California governor, and Republicans and Democrats alike flocked to glimpse his action-hero aura and grab a share of the media spotlight on him. Schwarzenegger received generally glowing reviews after whirlwind meetings with congressional leaders and California lawmakers. He lobbied for help in battling his state's deadly wildfires and laid the groundwork to press Washington for more federal dollars to ease California's budget deficit.
August 14, 1990 |
"Cutting Edge with Maria Shriver," the latest in this summer's series of puffy prime-time specials hosted by NBC newswomen, outdoes them all in its arbitrary silliness. The hour-long special, which airs tonight at 10 on Channel 3, repackages drab Barbara-Walters-style celebrity interviews with MTV-like scenery and editing. In their eagerness to make "Cutting Edge" new and different, the show's producers have rendered it almost unwatchable. Describing the show to television critics in Los Angeles last month, Shriver said "The whole idea is to try to show people in a way that they haven't been shown before.
May 13, 1986 |
Maria Shriver, co-host of the "CBS Morning News," has denied a published report that she's leaving her anchor job to spend more time with her new husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The New York Post, quoting "high ranking" sources at CBS, yesterday reported that Shriver wanted to be a "fulltime wife" (she now spends alternate weekends with Schwarzenegger in Los Angeles) and was tired of the "gruelling grind" involved in putting out a daily morning news show. "I already have a fulltime marriage," Shriver said yesterday, "and (the article)
May 18, 2011 |
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For more than a decade, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger managed to keep secret the fact that he had fathered a child with a member of his household staff, misleading not only his family but also millions of Californians who might not have elected him had they known. Battered by years of fiscal problems, Schwarzenegger's public approval rating had dipped to 23 percent when he left office in January. On his final day in office, he shortened the manslaughter sentence for the son of his political friend Fabian Nunez, angering his shrunken pool of supporters.
May 19, 2011 |
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The revelation that Arnold Schwarzenegger has an out-of-wedlock child with a former employee turned into a tabloid frenzy Wednesday, as reporters and photographers swarmed a quiet suburban cul-de-sac in California farm country amid unconfirmed reports it was the home of the child's mother. The woman, identified by a number of news organizations as Mildred Patricia Baena, was not at the Bakersfield home when the mob arrived. Schwarzenegger's office declined to discuss whether the woman is the mother of the former governor's child.
July 29, 1990 |
Like many young men, Douglas Jarett is a devoted action-movie fan. He tapes Arnold Schwarzenegger movies on his videocassette recorder. He recently saw Bruce Willis in Die Hard II. In February, when Sylvester Stallone came to film Rocky V in Philadelphia, Jarett paid close attention. But unlike many fans, Douglas Jarett's film heroes also are his pen pals. Last year Jarett, a Rosemont resident who has Down's syndrome, wrote to Schwarzenegger telling the star that he was a fan and fellow bodybuilder.