INFERNO Dan Brown Random House $49.99 (hardback) Dan Brown’s latest esoteric thriller and fourth to feature Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, is more thriller than esoteric.
Prince Harry and Jersey Shore – the kind of team-up that should set alarm bells ringing and bring back memories of the prince’s last visit to a US party town, which resulted in pics of his bottom taking over the internet. But Harry wasn’t on the shore to party with Snooki and co, he was there to show his concern and support for the communities devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
It’s been well established that Drew Barrymore is both adorable and a free spirit. Who else could show up to the Toronto premiere of her first directorial effort, the roller derby-themed film Whip It, with a hair-do that looked like something put together by a bored Jolie-Pitt child during an unsupervised hour at the chateau?
Drew Barrymore keeps evolving — from star to producer, and now director. The 34-year-old actress earned critic’s attention with her uncanny portrayal of “Little Edie” Beale in HBO’s “Grey Gardens,” and her directorial debut, “Whip It,” has been hailed as a success well before it rolls into theaters October 2
She’s petite, she’s middle-aged, she’s bookish, and if she gets a chance, she’ll knock you on your keister. By day, she’s Beth Hollis, a 53-year-old reference librarian in Akron, Ohio. By night, she’s MegaBeth, an ageless dynamo on the roller derby rink