LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Jerry Lewis says he's sorry -- sort of.
Worried that disparaging comments he made about female comedians might offend those who might otherwise contribute to his annual Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon, Lewis issued a statement Thursday offering his ''humble apology.''
''There are times when half statements get misinterpreted, and that's what happened at the Aspen U.S. Comedy Festival last week,'' Lewis said.
His statement Thursday named Whoopi Goldberg, Elayne Boosler and Phyllis Diller as female comics he admired, but went on to say there were many female comics he did not like.
Harrison tries to keep neighbors away
WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) -- George Harrison is asking the Hawaii Supreme Court for another chance to keep his Maui neighbors from cutting through his property to get to the ocean.
Lawyers for the former Beatle have filed a motion asking the court to reconsider its Feb. 1 decision that owners of two neighboring properties could use an easement on Harrison's oceanfront estate between Hana and Keanae.
Attorney William McKeon said Harrison is worried about security.
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