Links to the past, with relevance today:
POSEIDON'S UNDERWORLD: A massive list of massively endowed TV and movie actors. Hey, a guy gets bored!
DO YOU REMEMBER?: Nancy Wilson has a great Eddie Van Halen tribute song.
BOY CULTURE: Madonna hit L.A. with a gun control message — and goodnaturedly posed for a selfie with one lucky fan.
VARIETY: Could The Father's Anthony Hopkins, the oldest-ever Oscar acting nominee, 83, pull off an upset over favorite Chadwick Boseman, who died long before the nominations were announced?
GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: The time Bette Davis recalled running into Tallulah Bankhead at a Hollywood bash.
STARS & STRIPES: The compelling story of Mary Ann Vecchio, the 14-year-old girl in that iconic Kent State photo. It's all about how the photo changed her life — and ours.
THR: Jim Steinman, the hitmaking writer behind Meat Loaf's 1977 album Bat Out of Hell — one of the Top 35-selling albums of all time — has died at 73.
YOUTUBE: The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is 79, was mocked on social media while speaking out about the conviction of George Floyd's murderer, Derek Chauvin. People forget this public servant and iconic race-relations diplomat is battling Parkinson's disease.
L.A. TIMES: What the "Hollywood ending" might be for L.A.'s iconic Cinerama Dome.
PEOPLE: Queen Elizabeth II lost a close friend on the very day of her husband Prince Philip's funeral: Sir Michael Oswald, also a longtime horse-racing advisor, died at 86.
CLOSER WEEKLY: Inside Dick Van Dyke's secret acts of kindness.
BILLBOARD: Ted Nugent is really sick — and it isn't cat-scratch fever.
NYT: The incredible story of how Harriet Tubman's childhood home has been unearthed — and it all started with a metal detector finding an 1808 coin.