May 25, 2023
Links to the past, with relevance today:
DO YOU REMEMBER?: HGTV will flip the famous Brady Bunch house — and the price tag is $5.5 million.
PEOPLE: Judge dismisses suit brought by Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting that alleged the 1968 film Romeo and Juliet exploited them when they were underage. The judge ruled the film's content did not rise to the level of child porn, and also that the complainants had not complied fully with the California law that made it possible for them to sue so many years later.
EXTRATV: Tina Turner, who died Monday at 83, may have telegraphed her death in a social media post two months ago.
CNN: Cher on spending time with Tina Turner during her illness.
AMAZON: A new Jessica Lange biography promises to reveal more about the beloved star than ever before.
NYP: An update on Jimmy Carter's condition three months after he entered hospice care.
VARIETY: "Weird Al" Yankovic talks about outlasting some of the stars he's parodied.