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Clay fans can be as raw as him

In 1990, Andrew "Dice" Clay was considered so outrageous that when he hosted "Saturday Night Live," cast member Nora Dunn thought he was a misogynist and walked off the show. She was fired. Since then, many women have shed their thin skins, says...

'Killzone 3' a beautiful adventure

Once again, my review of the hot new shooter is going to sound strange to anyone who doesn't play video games, because "Killzone 3" is a gorgeous, yet savage game about shooting people in the face. "Killzone 3" is the story of humans battling a...

Comic pickpocketed by Internet

Jim Jefferies is the hottest rising star among American comedians, so he started a podcast, and it quickly became a Top 20 podcast on iTunes. But by giving away such free content on iTunes, Twitter and his website, he has trained fans to expect...

Frustrating 'NBA 2K11' no fun

Now that football season is over, it's time for basketball. Or it should be. I would sooner spend $60 on mauve throw pillows than on "NBA 2K11." I'm going to be a little harsh here, because I love basketball games, and I so want to play a fun one,...

Kellie Pickler whirls into town

Sweet little country star Kellie Pickler made Clint Eastwood feel her up on the set of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Pickler -- singing Saturday at the Silverton -- met Clint on "Ellen" in October. She got so overheated, she grabbed his "Dirty Harry"...

Italy season was news to Pauly D

Pauly D says filming begins at the end of April for the "Jersey Shore" season in Italy. Producers haven't shared with him any possible plans of a Vegas season. But producers don't tell him much. "Even Italy -- we found out when everybody else found...

Twists make 'Mindjack' worth renting

I have a personal problem with "Call of Duty: Black Ops." It's nearly flawless, so it makes almost all other shooting games seem small and deficient. As you'll recall, I gave "Black Ops" a top rating when it came out in November, as did most critics...

Vegas a DJ's paradise

So many megaclubs opened in the past two years that Vegas has cemented itself as America's DJ capital, featuring club residencies by Tiesto and Sharam at the Hard Rock, Paul Oakenfold at the Palms and other superstars. "Ibiza is for sure No. 1 for...