Buckingham Palace meant it when it asked the press and others to keep hands off of Prince William [Martin] while at school. A London shopkeeper selling T-shirts of the prince was asked to withdraw the shirts showing the 13-year-old Eton freshman flanked by two classmates. Jonathan Rolls complied. "I don't want to upset anyone, least of all Eton College and the royal family," said Rolls, who said the shirts had been selling briskly at $24 each. William, the oldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, moved into quarters at the elite institution west of London two weeks ago. Rolls thinks he can get around the royal ban with his next product, an "I'm not Prince William" T-shirt.
Actress Ione Skye ("Say Anything") and her Beastie Boy husband Adam Horovitz were in the audience at Gloucester Stage Company Saturday night, checking out "Barking Sharks," the new play by Adam's dad, Israel Horovitz. And what did Skye think of "Barking Sharks," which has been extended through next weekend? "Amazing," she said, giving her father-in-law a kiss on the cheek.
Michael Jackson is tops in the world of music video, according to Black Entertainment Television. Jackson was the principal inductee to the network's Walk of Fame and accepted an award Friday in Washington that named him the most significant performer in the music video industry. Appearing onstage at a ceremony celebrating the cable network's 15th anniversary, Jackson performed his hit single "You Are Not Alone" with the Union Temple Baptist choir of Washington.
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