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July 31, 2009

Katy Perry at “Hello Katy” tour in Toronto

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July 29, 2009

Lindsay Lohan spotted shopping in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon July 26

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July 28, 2009

Katy Perry on the Today show July 24

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July 27, 2009

Lindsay Lohan visited Millions Of Milkshakes in West Hollywood, made a custom Milkshake named after herself

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July 26, 2009

Lindsay Lohan does Vogue magazine August 2009 Spanish edition

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July 24, 2009

Lindsay Lohan returning from dinner at Taverna Tony, tried to cover herself from the paparazzi

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July 21, 2009

Sebastian and Tash : True love stories never have endings

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People love others not for who they are, but for how they make them feel.

July 20, 2009

Jake and Alex – Love floods us with hope

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July 18, 2009

Lindsay Lohan for Fornarina Fall Winter 2010 Ad Campaign

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July 16, 2009

Lithuanian president expressed her disapproval of new law to keep gay info away from kids

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Lithuanian president Dalia Grybauskaite, who took office last week, says she is upset that lawmakers passed a censorship bill that aims to keep information about homosexuality away from children.

Grybauskaite said on Thursday that although she is required to sign the bill into law, she would attempt to use constitutional tools to to propose amendments to the law later this year. She told reporters that it won’t be possible to implement the vaguely worded measure, which is set to take effect in March 2010.

She cited the vague wording of the measure, which bans the public dissemination of material deemed harmful to the “intellectual and moral development” of minors, including material that “agitates for homosexual, bisexual, and polygamous relations.”

Lithuanian lawmakers on Tuesday passed the bill which calls for banning the public dissemination of material deemed harmful to minors. The measure lists 19 examples of “detrimental” information, including material that “agitates for homosexual, bisexual, and polygamous relations,” instructions on how to make explosives and graphic depictions of violence or death.

It also bars information that gives credence to paranormal phenomena, hypnosis or “promotes bad eating.”

While critics said the text violated the freedom of speech and international standards of human rights, others said the vague wording would make it difficult to enforce.

The text does not define “public information” in detail, though it makes references to TV programs, films, computer games and advertising as well as online and print media accessible by children.

“This is absurd. I cannot even imagine how they will implement this law,” said Dainius Radzevicius, chairman of the Lithuanian Journalists Union.

Lithuania’s former president rejected the bill before he left office last week, but lawmakers voted 87-6 on Tuesday to override his veto. Forty-eight lawmakers either abstained or were absent in the 141-member legislature.

Supporters said the measure was necessary to defend traditional family values in the former Soviet republic of 3.4 million people, which joined the European Union and NATO in 2004.

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