by Kevin Allman
THE NEVERENDING STORY: Theyre voting in Montana and South Dakota. Will Hillary Clinton give it up tonight? Some say yes; campaign spokesman Howard Wolfson says no. (Would he lie to you?) Meanwhile, my friends, John McCain is coming to the Pontchartrain Center tonight, and, my friends, you can have free tickets
ANGIE, ANGIE: Entertainment Tonight insists that a certain resident of the Lower Quarter has given birth to her twins. Spokespeople for the Lower Quarter resident says no, no, no and calls ET a big fat liar. Meanwhile, the editor in chief of OK! magazine says: Essentially you have two of the most beautiful, famous people in the world. Weve all seen theyve had one baby, Shiloh, and it is the coolest, most adorable baby on the planet. And this time theyre having two? It cant get any better. When contacted for comment, the ravaged ghost of American journalism was spotted in a corner, rocking back and forth and weeping
SAINTS: The Black and Gold sign free agent cornerback Jerametrius Butler and center Marquay Love
BUTLER DID IT: NPR profiles Henry Butler. Congratulations, sir
THE MAGICAL MEA CULPA TOUR: Shy, retiring young Scott McClellan turned up on The Daily Show last night to plug his book. Jon Stewart put some zazz into the tawdry enterprise by having Fred Schneider of the B-52s sing McClellan's audio book. Nice.