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    It had all the emblems of a random Bill Murray encounter: A sporty setting. Proximity to beer and junk food. Photos with surprised strangers. But wouldn’t you know? The actor’s appearance at St. Paul Saints baseball game in Minnesota on Thursday night wasn’t weird in the least.

  • Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa says mom's condition 'remains serious'
    Comedian Joan Rivers' condition "remains serious" but she is "resting comfortably" in a New York City hospital, according to statements released by her daughter, Melissa.  "My mother would be so touched by the tributes and prayers that we have received from around the world," Melissa Rivers said Friday. "Her condition remains serious but she is receiving the best treatment and care possible.

  • Ariana Grande on how she played off her most embarrassing on-stage moment
    Reigning princess of pop Ariana Grande exudes confidence on stage these days, but she says that wasn't always the case.Watch the video to find out how Grande played off a rocky moment during a performance.And in case you missed it, Grande brought quite a crowd to the TODAY plaza on Friday (including Al Roker and Ariana's nona)!

  • Ariana Grande on how she played off her most embarrassing on-stage moment
    Reigning princess of pop Ariana Grande exudes confidence on stage these days, but she says that wasn't always the case.Watch the video to find out how Grande played off a rocky moment during a performance.And in case you missed it, Grande brought quite a crowd to the TODAY plaza on Friday (including Al Roker and Ariana's nona)!
  • Ariana Grande brings her 'Everything' to mob of fans on TODAY plaza
    When your name is Ariana Grande, you get used to going big. The pop sensation lived up to her moniker Friday when she hit the TODAY plaza to perform her chart-topping summer hits — and ended up taking over the better part of the broadcast, too.

  • Reese Witherspoon channels 'Pink Lady' to cheer 4-year-old boy with cancer
    Reese Witherspoon donned a pink dress and taped a very special message to boost the spirits of a 4-year-old boy fighting cancer after she learned that he loved seeing the actress in "Legally Blonde" on his hospital TV.In a video on YouTube, and in a post on Instagram, Witherspoon addresses a boy named Will, who she heard about through an email that was forwarded to her.

  • 'Rosewater' trailer offers first look at Jon Stewart's directorial debut
    A year after Jon Stewart took summer leave from “The Daily Show” to direct the movie “Rosewater,” the official trailer for the highly anticipated drama has arrived online.Starring Gael García Bernal, the film is based on the true story of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari, who was jailed for almost four months on espionage charges.

  • See the NYC loft newlyweds Adam Levine & Behati Prinsloo hope to call home
    Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo made their first red-carpet appearance as newlyweds this week after tying the knot in Mexico last month. The husband and wife are also making real estate moves together, selling Prinsloo’s East Village duplex while closing in on a SoHo loft.Property records show Prinsloo has sold her bachelorette pad for $1.65 million.

  • Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's marriage: Are the odds in their favor?
    After what may seem like a geological epoch, but has only been since meeting on the set of the 2005 movie “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have become a real life Mr. and Mrs. The couple has long been considered one of the most devoted celebrity couples in Hollywood, so the only real surprise may be how they kept the actual ceremony a secret.

  • Shakira expecting second child with soccer star Gerard Pique
    Baby numero dos! Colombian singing sensation Shakira is pregnant with her second child, she confirmed to the Spanish version of Cosmopolitan. "The Voice" coach is expecting baby No. 2 with her soccer star boyfriend Gerard Pique, whom she met while promoting the 2010 World Cup anthem “Waka Waka (This Time For Africa).

Daily Horoscopes


Keep an eagle eye on paperwork and files because they'll have a nasty habit of doing their own thing and causing havoc. This isn't a time to trust to luck or hope that everything will magically look after itself because that isn't going to happen. There could also be mix-ups over appointment times, so check these carefully.


Cram as much fun into your life as possible, Taurus. You'll have a very strong desire to enjoy yourself whenever you get the chance, and that will include making the most of your love life. If you get involved with someone new, the thrill of the chase will be a big part of the fun. Take care, though, not to confuse love with lust.


Domestic relationships start to come under strain, so be wary about misreading situations and try not to give anyone the wrong impression simply because you haven't said something important. Do your best to avoid signing any documents or agreements until this tricky phase blows over, in case you're being led up the garden path or you haven't been given all the facts.


This is the time for putting as much effort into your communications as possible, especially in the romantic arena. If you have something to say, this is the time to say it, especially if it requires courage. However, will you know when to be quiet? There's a chance that you might say too much at times, or come across as too aggressive and demanding. So take care!


If you're waiting for someone to repay a debt, do your best to chase them up. Make it plain that you aren't going to let them get away with it, and you'll keep reminding them that you're waiting for your money. Money in general will be important to you, but don't let it make you unduly materialistic or acquisitive.


Personal communications won't be easy, so take extra precautions. You might not realize that you're sending out mixed signals or that you're giving a misleading impression about something. This won't be a good time for making important personal decisions because you might change your mind about them further down the line.


Get out and about as much as possible today. Ideally, you should forget about your usual routine and do something completely different for a change, because it will be a real tonic. You'll also enjoy getting together with people who have a refreshing take on life and who can help you to see it from another angle.


Don't waste any time making progress with your plans for the future. You may even have a strong sense of urgency that pushes you forward and won't allow you to relax for long. Why not set yourself a reasonable deadline, so you have something specific to aim for and you can pace yourself accordingly.


Between now and late September you'll feel a strong urge to push ahead with your goals and ambitions. There will be phases when this seems extremely urgent and you'll be reluctant to waste valuable time. Although you'll be able to achieve a tremendous amount, you'll be most successful if you know when to pace yourself. Avoid making management feel that you're after their job and snapping at their heels.


You're up for a challenge, and you'll jump at anything that gives you the opportunity to prove your worth or push yourself further than usual. This could be very helpful and inspiring if you're the sort of Capricorn who likes to play safe, but it may not be such good news if you're always fairly headstrong, because during the next few weeks you'll want to stretch yourself, and your luck, to the limit.


You can put stacks of energy into activities that have a lot of meaning for you, but you won't be nearly so enthusiastic over things you can take or leave. In fact, you could get rather ratty if you're expected to spend too much time on activities that seem inconsequential or superficial. You'll also have plenty of energy to devote to your sex life, as you'll be feeling extremely passionate and sensual.


Some of your relationships will be rather fraught between now and late September, thanks to a sudden inability on your part to compromise and allow others to go their own way. You want to call the shots, and to have a lot of control over partners, even if this drives them round the bend with irritation. So expect some heated encounters unless you can tone things done a little.


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