Amy Winehouse was found dead today in London. Celebritology is staying on top of the Winehouse news. Full obit will be available at PostMortem. And at Click Track, a look back at the Post’s coverage of Amy Winehouse in her heyday. “Onstage, the more Amy Winehouse drinks, the better she sings, which is often the case,” Teresa Wiltz wrote in a 2007 story. Critic J. Freedom Du Lac urged listeners to believe the hype, but just months later bemoaned a live performance that sounded “robotic.”
In other news. . .
“Politicians shouldn’t be sweating. It makes them look untrustworthy.”
— Glenn O’Brien, GQ’s Style Guy columnist, begging for a return to the days when senators cooled down in white suits and Panama hats. Washington men insist on staying suited up even in triple digits, reports Katherine Boyle.
Also: Rep. David Wu accused of “unwanted sexual conduct” with a teenager. And sorry, no new panda cub this year: Mei Xiang had another false pregnancy.