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When celebrities do stupid things

Thirty years ago Saturday, comedian and TV sitcom star Roseanne Barr attempted to sing the national anthem before a San Diego Padres game at Jack Murphy Stadium. The result – with wildly off-key notes, screeching, occasional giggles and a crotch-grabbing coda, was widely criticized. But for some celebrities, behavior like that is just another day at the park.

The Showcase golf fundraiser at Coeur d’Alene Resort returns with long list of celebrities

The Showcase officially turns five years old next week and the celebrity-driven cancer fundraiser has grown up in a hurry. The event is back with another impressive list of celebrities, including newcomers such as Roger Clemens, Jim McMahon, Eric Dickerson and Marcus Allen, and returnees like Ryan Longwell, Shane Victorino, Bruce Bowen and Fred McGriff.

Huckleberries: She has a connection to a Wallace bordello – and she’s talking

Molly Tsalaky, of Mica Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene, was laughing when she contacted Huckleberries. My Wednesday column about the infamous Wallace brothels brought back memories. Molly and her late husband, John, had a connection to one of the houses. And Huckleberries will explain that connection before you draw the wrong conclusions.