Links to the past, with relevance today:
DEADLINE: The house used on The Golden Girls (1985-1992) was on the market for $3 million — and sold for $4 million! Next time someone wants to shoot using your house, let 'em.
VARIETY: The new Discovery doc Apocalypse '45 uses newly released color footage the paint a graphic picture of the grisly end of WWII:
“As for the city of Hiroshima, filmed seven months after the atomic bomb was dropped there, it’s a flattened, debris-strewn hellscape of desolation that looks like it could have been filmed yesterday. (We see haunting footage of the bomb’s survivors, who are like mangled ghosts.) The documentary is also filled with the faces (and sometimes the dead bodies) of American soldiers, most of whom look eerily contemporary.”
TMZ: Anthony Michael Hall, 52, is apologizing after some poor poolside behavior was caught on film. He came off as an entitled jerk, so ... good that he is acknowledging that.
BOY CULTURE: Team Trump has gone and pissed off Marge Simpson!
KENNETH IN THE (212): Dolly Parton, 74, shies away from politics — but not from Black Lives Matter! In a new interview, she throws all her support behind the movement, because "our little white asses" are not the only ones that count.
PEOPLE: Princess Anne hits the big 7-0.
THR: Veteran gossip columnist George Christy has died at 93.
EXTRATV: Inside the posh home of 74-year-old Sylvester Stallone, along with a peek at his paintings. Picass-yo!