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Isn't that John Waters' favorite female impersonator Divine on the cover of The Commercial Appeal? And isn't she from Baltimore? Oh well, she'll make a great addition to the Tiger lineup. Or she would if character actor Harris Glenn Milstead hadn't died in 1988.
Hog & Hominy was recently named one of the "5 Best Restaurants in the South" by Southern Living. For those not keeping score, H&H was also named one of GQ's Most Outstanding Restaurants; chefs Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman were among Food & Wine's Best New Chefs; and its staff was listed as the number-one plaid-wearingest staff in America by American Plaid-wearers Magazine.
Why is this woman smiling? Jamie Williams ended her 25th birthday in jail after an incident The Commercial Appeal rather generously referred to as a "bizarre altercation." According to the CA, Williams was arrested for DUI, reckless driving, disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and driving on a suspended license. She was apprehended after attempting to use her car to hit the people with whom she'd been arguing. While in the police car, Williams loosened the screws on the car's seat, faked a seizure, licked the windows, kicked the windows, and then stuck her hands down her pants and "manually stimulated" herself.