PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Gary Coleman suffers seizure on set of show

LOS ANGELES -- Gary Coleman suffered a seizure on the set of ''The Insider'' and received immediate treatment from Dr. Drew Pinsky, who happened to be on set as well.

''The Insider'' says on its Web site that Coleman was transported to a local hospital in stable condition.

A publicist for ''The Insider'' declined to say what the former child television star was doing on the entertainment program and referred inquiries to the show's Web site.

Coleman is best known for his stint on ''Diff'rent Strokes.''

U2 leads Money Makers list with $108M

NEW YORK -- If money makes the world go round, then U2's latest tour, which is dubbed ''360 Degrees,'' proves this saying true.

The veteran act leads Billboard's 2010 Money Makers list, earning more than $108 million in 2009.

Bruce Springsteen is second with $57 million and Madonna follows with $47 million. AC/DC and Britney Spears round out the top five with $43 and $38 million, respectively.

Billboard compiles the list from monies earned through tours, CD and digital sales, publishing royalties and more.

Madonna topped the list last year; Springsteen came in third. Both U2 and Madonna have touring deals with Live Nation.

Cape Cod street named for Patti Page

BARNSTABLE, Mass. -- Patti Page sang about the ''sand dunes and salty air'' of Cape Cod in a song recorded more than 50 years ago. Now she's being honored with her own road on the Massachusetts vacation haven.

The town of Barnstable and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce unveiled Patti Page Way on Friday.

The 82-year-old Page, who attended the dedication ceremony, said that many years ago, a Cape Cod street was named after her for a day. She said it was ''mind-boggling'' that her name is now on a permanent street sign.

Page had never been to the Cape when she recorded ''Old Cape Cod,'' released in 1957, but she's visited many times since to perform and for vacations.