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David Milch, the storied mind also behind 'Deadwood,' changed television. Now, according to a lawsuit, the racetrack regular has lost his homes, owes the IRS $17 million and is on a $40-a-week allowance. Still, his supporters stay close: "He's brilliant.”

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What celebrities and tourists don’t buy at the eight Kitson locations gets off-loaded in this large store that can feel like a jumble sale—and isn’t mentioned on the Kitson Web site. Hmmm -

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here was a pause. When he realized she was waiting for his response, David said the only words he could think of: “What’s a Kosberg?” “Oh, my God,” said the agent. “You’ve never heard of Kosberg? You don’t know Bob Kosberg?”

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Raffaello Follieri had the love of Hollywood princess Anne Hathaway, the illusion of a Vatican imprimatur, an investment partnership with billionaire Ron Burkle, and entrée to Bill Clinton’s inner circle.

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Theodosia Goodman grew up in Cincinnati, the child of middle-class Jewish immigrants. Her father was a tailor; her mother kept house. She went to high school, she went to two years of college. She was a middling actress with middling looks, age 30, stuck in the Yiddish theater circuit, with a bit role in the occasional film.

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