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Never judge a book by its cover

February 16, 2011

By Staff Reporter

The Navan man seems hell-bent on proving that — offscreen, at least — he’s the anti-Bond: a happily married, doting father and sensitive artist who couldn’t drive a sports car to save his life. In his new movie, “Evelyn,” he wears overalls and sheds s few tears, with nary a bimbo in sight. Left audiences stirred, not shaken

Macca: still the cute one
Paul McCartney gives new meaning to the term “cute” Beatle.
The still-breathing half of the Lennon-McCartney partnership had a banner week: he’s been granted his very own coat of arms and he’s single-handedly reversed the most famous songwriting credit since Beethoven signed off on the Ninth Symphony. The crest bears a liver bird clutching a guitar, but we bet that Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, would have suggested something closer to a vulture. Paul said he thinks it’s silly for “anyone to get their knickers in a twist” over it. Hopefully, they’ll all just let it be.

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