'Call me Catherine', says Kate Middleton as proposal rumours hit fever pitch
If all things go to plan, her name will be etched on mugs, plates and the pages of history.
So for Kate Middleton, it's very important that we all get it right.
The royal girlfriend has apparently asked that everyone call her Catherine, a name with a much more formal ring and a queenly history.
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Rumours about Rob Ford's whereabouts hit fever pitch
Where in the world is Rob Ford? We asked before, and it souns like we will find out today. The Ford family says it is going to release proof that the mayor is enrolled in a rehabilitation program somewhere outside Toronto, possibly in Muskoka, in an attempt to quell rumours the mayor may be elsewhere.
Doug Ford told the Toronto Sun's Joe Warmington the family will "put an end to all speculation" about where and how Rob is being treated for alcohol and (maybe, one would hope) drug addiction issues.
Interest in Pinterest Reaches a Fever Pitch
Could Pinterest be the silver bullet for retailers on social media? Pinterest is clearly resonating with online consumers in a big way. To put it simply, customers who find a product via Pinterest are more likely to purchase it than those who find the product via other social networks.
Fever pitch: Buzz over Obama VP announcement heats up
With the Denver convention less than a week away, the buzz over Sen. Barack Obama's vice presidential choice is reaching fever pitch among campaign watchers and pundits, who expect Obama to make an announcement this week — perhaps as early as Wednesday morning — to get a preconvention media bounce.