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Liz Cho Gave Birth to a Baby Girl Today

It was announced by Bill Ritter on Eyewitness News tonight that Liz Cho gave birth to a baby girl, Louisa Simone Gotlieb, at 10 a.m. this morning. That was just about the time I touched down in DC.

Congratulations to Liz and her husband Evan. And congratulations to Louisa Simone for hitting the lottery.


And congratulations to David Wells on the nine year anniversary of his perfect game.

Fergie's Glamorous Is Flossy Flossy

The first time I heard Fergie's Glamorous I was wearing a tuxedo with the bowtie in my pocket and ordering a Red Bull and vodka at the gentleman's club across from The Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway that goes by the clever name of Flashdancers.

At the time, I didn't know it was Fergie. I wouldn't have expected it to be her. When I was last in L.A., the valley girls were using the term "Fergie Bad" to describe gross faux paus in vernacular and/or attire. And then my friend Ralph saw her on Lexington and 53rd and said she was short and had bad acne.

The short thing doesn't bother me and the acne usually befalls pretty girls after a night of clubbing, dancing ... which brings me back to the strip club and the stunning silhouette of a girl shaking her hips to the Glamorous, the flossy, flossy and my friend buying me a lap dance so I am ensconced in wickedly divisive perfume.

It was during American Idol, the one where Fergie appeared on the undercard with Pri…

Trip to Ireland

Our spacious coach.


Dead cat on Dingle sidewalk.


Music is woven in Irish culture.


Ring of Kerry shrouded in mist.


My Irish lass on the shores of Lahinch.


We averaged one photo per 10 kilometers.


Cliffs of Moher.


Couldn't drag me away ...


Johnny Cash's home away from home, Markree Castle in Sligo.


A moment with Yeats.


Pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.


Giant's Causeway.


The head of Saint Oliver Plunkett, on display in Drogheda.


Glendalough.


Tis himself in Wicklow.


Henry Street in Dublin and the "Stiletto in the Ghetto."


Happy to travel abroad (From left: Jackie, Sophie, Fiona and Hester).


The Ha'penny Bridge over the River Liffey.


Erin Go Bragh!