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Monica Lewinsky

BARBARA AND MONICA?

Originally posted 05/23/2001 01:00PM

MONICA ON THE MOVE

Originally posted 04/01/1999 12:00AM

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VIVA LE WINSKY

Originally posted 03/26/1999 12:00AM

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Monica Marked Down

Originally posted 03/05/1999 12:00AM

From Barbara Walters to the bargain bin. Two and a half months after the release of "Monica's Story," the former White House intern's best seller has joined the ranks of the "remaindered," books offered at a big discount. "It's a common approach that publishers use to try to boost sales of a hardcover that's lagging," Jim Milliot, business and news editor for the trade magazine Publishers Weekly, said Tuesday. "I don't think anybody is surprised," Milliot added. "I think most predictions were that it would have a short shelf life."

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Monica Cracks Up

Originally posted 01/27/1999 12:00AM

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Monica Settles Down

Originally posted 01/13/1999 12:00AM

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Lewinsky's Red-Letter Day

Originally posted 01/12/1999 12:00AM

Dr. Bernard Lewinsky, a Los Angeles cancer specialist and the stepfather of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, received a letter from The Clinton Legal Expense Trust asking him for a donation to help the President pay off his attorneys' bills (inflated in large part thanks to Clinton's involvement with Monica). Dr. Lewinsky's reaction? He marked the missive "Return to Sender. You must be morons to send me this letter." The good doctor also sent a photocopy of the envelope to Los Angeles Times reporter Steve Harvey, whose "Only in L.A." column focuses on the more devilish side of the City of Angels. Harvey happily published a photo of the envelope Wednesday.

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Monica: It's In the Bag

Originally posted 01/12/1999 12:00AM

Speaking of Monica Lewinsky (who just moved into pricey new digs in New York's Greenwich Village), the former White House intern and author is hoping to pick up a little extra money selling her own line of handbags over the Internet. "What really excites me is that this has nothing to do with the President," she says in October's Marie Claire magazine. Lewinsky is selling eight designs, ranging from $70 to $130. She says she took up knitting and sewing "as the only way to stay sane" when she was holed up in her Washington apartment and forbidden by prosecutors to contact anyone. After she made her first handbag, she claims, all her friends wanted one.

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Monica's British TV Deal

Originally posted 10/29/1997 12:00AM

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Lewinsky's Tell-All Documentary

Originally posted 09/16/1997 12:00AM

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