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News & Features : Celebrities

Michael Irvin Keeping the Promise

The Former Dallas Cowboy reflects on success, scandal and salvation, and his undying passion for football and cigars.

Posted: February 23, 2006    By Joel Drucker

News & Features : Celebrities

Emeril's Empire

Chef, actor, businessman, entrepreneur. Emeril Lagasse has done it all.

Posted: November 28, 2005    By Bruce Schoenfeld

News & Features : Celebrities

Lone Star Long Shot

Better known for his irreverent country songs and mystery novels, Kinky Friedman sets his sights on the governor's mansion.

Posted: November 28, 2005    By Eric O'Keefe

News & Features : Celebrities

Comedian With A 'Tude

After paying his dues in blue-collar jobs, brash-talking Steve Harvey has become one of America's top funnymen.

Posted: September 1, 2005    By Joel Drucker

News & Features : Celebrities

Mr. Smits Goes to Washington

Jimmy Smits talks softly and without a big shtick about the education of Hollywood, his love of cigars and a possible (scripted) move to the West Wing.

Posted: August 5, 2005    By Betsy Model

News & Features : Celebrities

Born to be Wild

The success of "American Chopper" rests not only on the beauty of the bikes the stars create but on their combative relationship as well.

Posted: June 1, 2005    By Phil Scott

News & Features : Celebrities

Ladies of the Cloth

In a sport with few financial rewards, professional pool players play for the love of the game.

Posted: June 1, 2005    By Alejandro Benes

News & Features : Celebrities

The Greatest

Morgan Freeman has earned his stellar reputation with some of the most compelling movie roles of the last 25 years.

Posted: April 1, 2005   

News & Features : Celebrities

The Big O

With a cigar in hand, Oscar Robertson, one of the greatest guards in basketball history, looks back on his life, his Hall of Fame career and the NBA today.

Posted: April 1, 2005    By Kenneth Shouler

News & Features : Celebrities

Being Bill Murray

From Caddyshack to Lost in Translation, Midwestern-born Bill Murray has created some of Hollywood's most idiosyncratic characters.

Posted: December 1, 2004    By Elvis Mitchell

News & Features : Celebrities

The Host of Hollywood

"ET" anchor Bob Goen's easygoing approach gets celebrities to open up.

Posted: August 1, 2004    By Joel Drucker

News & Features : Celebrities

Sharon Stone Reinvented

After a virtual five-year hiatus and armed with a new lease on life, Sharon Stone has returned to her rightful place as a Hollywood star.

Posted: August 1, 2004    By Gordon Mott

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