"A bunch of the soldiers I filmed in Haiti died in that plane crash on Oct. "I could've been on that plane." Helping to raise spirits at the Culture Project event were Roberta Flack, Harry Belafonte, Angelique Kidjo, Nile Rodgers and Sister Fa.
- Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig auctioned off their sweaty undershirts at Friday night's performance of "A Steady Rain" for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Knicks point guard Chris Duhon is helping the team's top draft pick, Jordan Hill, keep his body pure.
Years later, when Bernie became warden of the Passaic County Jail, he saw the teacher in a cell, vomiting in a corner. He'd tell that story over and over." But maybe not so much anymore.
Then again, Cara's Web site (carasantamaria.com) reveals she's also fond of piercing, fishnets and merry widows.
Bill confirms to us that he and Cara are serious but cautions, “Neither one of us believes in God or marriage, so I guess a big church wedding is out.” - Sean and Robin Wright Penn may have made up again, some friends believe.
Chris Noth blared back at a honking driver as he jaywalked - with son, Orion, in a stroller - across Third Ave., near Michael Sinensky's Village Pourhouse. - The A&E series based on Bernard Kerik's memoir, "The Lost Son," is dead, a network rep confirms.
The spokesman says the channel's execs passed on the project even before the former NYPD chief's arrest last week.