Madonna fans around the country dug deep into their pockets yesterday, handing over $ 49.95 to become the first owners of their undressed idol's fantasies about S&M, bondage, and nude pizza eating.
Actress Shirley Booth, who won four Emmys as the maid Hazel in the 1960s TV comedy of the same name and Tony and Oscar awards for stage and screen versions of "Come Back, Little Sheba," has died.
A special effects explosion on the set of a new Jack Palance movie went awry yesterday, injuring six stunt men who were burned on their hands and faces, police said.
More than 300,000 titles of rare classical music recordings that have been archived in Moscow during the past six decades are being released in the West for the first time.
Another "Designing Women" cast member has drafted her walking papers.
Ben Maddow, a screenwriter and author whose credits included John Huston's "The Asphalt Jungle," has died. He was 83.
Madonna over the weekend refuted French government claims that she owed 10 million francs ($ 2.2 million) in back taxes.
Walt Disney World plans to build three resorts with more than 4,500 rooms and a third water theme park during the 1990s.
Portugal's first private television station went on air officially yesterday, ending a 27-year monopoly by two state-run stations.
Eddie Kendricks, whose clear falsetto punctuated such hits for the Temptations as "Get Ready" and "The Way You Do the Things You Do," has died of lung cancer at 52.