O.J. ordered to surrender Rolex
SANTA MONICA, Calif. - O.J. Simpson must hand over a Rolex watch and other assets to satisfy a civil judgment that found him liable for the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Any future royalties from a sports video game featuring Simpson also must be delivered to Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg ruled.
Director to receive award for lifetime achievement
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Paul Schrader, who gained his breakthrough with the script for 'Taxi Driver,' will receive a lifetime achievement award at this year's Stockholm International Film Festival.
The 61-year-old writer-director is being recognized for his 'unique voice, which gives life to sharp, relentless characters in a modern city,' festival organizers said Tuesday.
Paltrow and pals to take road trip for TV series
MADRID, Spain - Gwyneth Paltrow, acclaimed chef Mario Batali and New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman are embarking on a road trip that boasts slick cars, hearty food and a candid camera monitoring the flashy travelers.
Paltrow, the duo of American food gurus and Spanish actress Claudia Bassols announced their journey, which will be captured in a 13-part TV series, 'Spain ... on the road again.'
Springsteen gets his own day in Conn.
HARTFORD, Conn. - It wasn't just any Tuesday in Connecticut. It was officially 'Bruce Springsteen Day.'
Springsteen and his E Street Band were to open their first tour since 2002 at the Hartford Civic Center on Tuesday night. They're promoting their new album, 'Magic.'
Gov. Jodi Rell issued a proclamation honoring the multiple Grammy winner for his contributions to American music and declared Oct. 2 as 'Bruce Springsteen Day in Connecticut.'