Bawdy best-man speeches given by the actual best man on earth at the time
I hate to generalize based on such a small sample size, but based on all the weddings I've been to, the Best Man speech is humorous, poking fun at the groom and leaving the room in stitches. With a bit of alcohol, there's always a chance that something inappropriate might be said. The Maid of Honor's speech is sentimental and weepy, leaving the entire room uncomfortably silent, a few girls dabbing at their eyes while the guys look at the floor wishing it would end.
Asafa Powell of Jamaica breaks the world record in the men's 100 meter dash
He ran it in 9.77 seconds to beat Tim Montgomery's disputed (b/c of doping suspicions) record of 9.78.
The magic sunscreen that's still illegal in the U.S.
Mexoryl is not FDA-approved, but it blocks UVA light better than any ingredients in sunscreens in the U.S. Bootleg it from drugstores on the Upper East Side or from Canadian pharmacy websites.
Discovery Channel goes 1-2-3 in final stage of Tour de France tune-up race
George Hincapie, Yaroslav Popovych, and Lance Armstrong take places 1 through 3, respectively, in the final stage of the Dauphiné Libéré. Armstrong finishes fourth overall, behind unknown Inigo Landaluze, who was the only rider on his team to finish the race, and Santiago Botero and Levi Leipheimer. Vino finished fifth. Should be a really competitive Tour de France. I recall that OLN TV had much more coverage of cycling leading up to the Tour last year. Much to my disappointment, cycling television coverage has been sparse this year outside of the Giro d'Italia.
Michael Jackson to change his lifestyle
"Michael Jackson's lawyer said today that the singer will no longer share his bed with young boys."
Rockefeller Center hosts free Drive-In Movies from tonight through Saturday evening at 9pm each night. Seating begins at 6pm.
The lineup this year is documentary-heavy:
June 14th - “Rize” - David LaChapelle's documentary about krumping, a style of dancing from the L.A. ghettoes. Saw and enjoyed this at the Tribeca Film Festival.
June 15th - “The Baxter” - Michael Showalter romantic comedy set in Brooklyn.
June 16th – “All We Are Saying” - Rosanna Arquette's star-studded documentary on the state of the music business.
June 17th – “Show Business” - documentary about the brutal Broadway production business.