PASSAGES: Lucy's House Can Be Yours

03/06/2002 at 01:00 PM EST

OFFERED: The childhood home of Lucille Ball, where the TV legend (1911-89) lived from the time she was 8 until she was midway through high school, is on the market for nearly $99,000, reports NBC News. The unfurnished, two-story dwelling, 112 years old and near Buffalo, N.Y., is available on the eBay auction site . . . TROUNCED: Calif. Rep. Gary Condit, 53, was soundly defeated in his bid for re-election on Tuesday by his former friend and protege, Assemblyman Dennis Cardoza, 42. Condit, hounded by relentless publicity about his affair with missing federal intern Chandra Levy (which he helped feed by consenting to a famously tight-lipped interview with ABC's Connie Chung), had insisted on campaigning for re-election even after Democratic leaders abandoned him . . . SPLIT: Two celebrity couples have recently filed for divorce. ROSEANNE, 49, and her third husband, her former bodyguard BEN THOMAS, 35, are citing irreconcilable differences in order to end their 7-year marriage, court records show. She has requested full custody of their 6-year-old son, Buck, with visitation rights for Thomas, says the Associated Press. The other divorce involves actor EDWARD JAMES OLMOS, 55, who has filed to end his marriage to "The Sopranos" co-star LORRAINE BRACCO, 47. The couple married in 1994 and have been separated since 1997, according to court papers that also state they have no minor children, the AP reports. It was a second marriage for each. (Bracco was previously married to actor Harvey Keitel.)

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