Thursday, April 24, 2008

Kenneth Keith Kallenbach - dies in local hospital

Boothwyn's Kenneth Keith Kallenbach, an actor/musician, and perhaps most notably a member of Howard Stern's Wack Pack, has died, as was reported on Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio show this morning. Kallenbach was recently seen in commercials for Monday Night Football and Stride Gum and also appeared in "Jerry Maguire."
According to Stern's show, which spoke with his mother, Kallenbach, who was 39, was serving time in a local jail where he fell ill and was taken to a Chester County hospital where he died from pneumonia. Kallenbach, was reportedly arrested recently for allegedly trying to lure an underage girl into his car. The most recent arrest we found in court records was in March 2007 for operating a car without an interlock breathalyzer device put on the car after a prior DUI conviction

Believe it Or not - It is a tree nareepol

Believe it Or not??? It is a tree nareepol
Naree(woman) pol (tree) is like a sanskrit word. It is located at Petchaboon province 500 kms away from Bangkok.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Divorce :Jones Files for Divorce From Reynolds

Former 'View' co-host Star Jones has ended her three-and-a-half year marriage to Al Reynolds.
Jones told press, "Several years ago I made an error in judgment by inviting the media into the most intimate area of my life. A month ago I filed for divorce. The dissolution of a marriage is a difficult time in anyone's life that requires privacy with one's thoughts. I have committed myself to handling this situation with dignity and grace and look forward to emerging from this period as a stronger and wiser woman."

The couple's wedding was highly publicized during Jones' time on 'The View,' where she took a lot of criticism for trying to get much of the ceremony and decorations for free with her celebrity status.

Yesterday, New York divorce attorney Stanford Lotwin (who worked on the high profile divorces of Howard Stern, Donald Trump and Diana Ross, among others) filed a notice of appearance with the courts. Upon learning of the filing, "Entertainment Tonight" producers discovered the original divorce decree.

Jones married Al Reynolds at Saint Bartholomew's Church in New York City on November 13, 2004. The wedding was an extravagant affair with 500 hundred guests, three matrons of honors, 12 bridesmaids and four flower girls. The lavish nuptials came under scrutiny when Star discussed her wedding's sponsors at length on her ABC show.

Star Jones was born Starlet Marie Jones in Badin, North Carolina. An attorney, she began her broadcasting career as a commentator on Court TV for the William Kennedy Smith rape trial and spent several years as a legal correspondent for NBC's The Today Show. She joined The View in 1997 and on June 27, 2006 announced she would be leaving the show. Most recently, Jones hosted her own show on cable's truTV (formerly Court TV). She has authored two books: You Have To Stand for Something, or You'll Fall for Anything and Shine.

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