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What Happened?

Rumor has it Margarita Momma’s has closed. Ready for some Tuesday night debauchery at the Spanish-inspired CocoWalk hotspot, students arrived to find the doors closed and no security checking IDs. For now the closure will remain a mystery.

Rumors

The ongoing saga of who will replace Dan Rather continues as CBS chief Leslie Moonves stated that several anchors will likely replace Rather on the evening news. Moonves commented that this format would update the antiquated form of news reporting to which viewers have become accustomed.

Deaths

Johnny Carson, host of NBC’s The Tonight Show from Oct. 1962 to May 1993 (when current host Jay Leno took over), died of emphysema Sunday. He was 79.

Moesha star Lamont Bentley died last Tuesday in a car accident in California. The actor, who was a regular on the sitcom, passed when his vehicle plunged of off the San Diego freeway.

Correction

In the Friday, Jan. 21 issue, the caption under the photo of Alicia Keys in page 12 stated that she had attended Paris Hilton’s Vegas-themed New Year’s Eve bash. Keys in fact did not attend the party but did perform at the Y100 Jingle Ball that occurred in December.

January 25, 2005

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