This Week’s Biggest Gainers:
The prez celebrated his fiftieth birthday with a l’il ol’ star-studded bash in his hometown.
Big Z seems to be the front runner on the Cub’s unanticipated midseason sprint, helping the team to their longest win streak in three years with homers and Ks a-plenty.
A little less blue now with Chicago giving him his very own street sign for turning 75?
The ‘85 Bear is now a Hall of Famer but, whoops!, he forgot to thank Da Coach in his speech.
The Field Museum’s operations manager learned this week that the museum’s bathrooms were voted among the ten best facilities in the country. And you can just imagine the mess every time Sue has to tinkle.
This Week’s Biggest Losers:
Nice birthday gift, S&P.
Told everyone at the Big Chill festival in England that everyone glares at him like he’s Hitler. Will someone please tell him that it’s because he says stuff like we glare at him like Hitler?
After Dunn’s batting average dropped to .163, Ozzie Guillen hinted that the Sox player may need to take another break. And now, he did not call him Adam Done.
William A. Marovitz
Playboy after dark? The spouse of former Playboy CEO Christie Hefner allegedly made more than $100,000 on insider trading after disobeying Hefner’s explicit instructions to not use the info.
Local artist Rebecca Francescatti thinks that the pop star stole major elements from her song, “Juda,” for the hit single “Judas.” Gaga’s response? Poker face.