Nick Loeb seems to have temporarily stopped his yammering about saving the embryos he created with ex-girlfriend Sofia Vergara. The Delray Beach entrepreneur has turned his attention back to his other baby: Onion Crunch. Loeb recently sent out a mass email asking friends and colleagues for help in raising capital to launch more flavors of the condiment, including jalapeño. “Would you like to own 8,000 shares for $1,000?” he asks in his attempt to raise $500K for almost 10 percent of the company. If this type of deal whets your appetite, check out Loeb’s Crowdfunder appeal.
At 67, Hillary Clinton still knows how to have some fun — and gain new supporters (maybe). After stumping at Broward College in Davie Friday, the Democratic presidential candidate stopped by AmericanAirlines Arena to join Marc Anthony on stage. Video captured by NBC6 from Anthony’s Facebook page shows the crowd went crazy with the surprise walk-on. Clinton embraced the salsa singer, waved but said nothing and walked off. Maybe Clinton wanted to save her voice. The next day she flew to New York to appear on Saturday Night Live, her first appearance on the show since the 2008 presidential election when she was battling for the nomination against Barack Obama.
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Ex Siena Tavern owner Fabio Viviani is a dad. The celebrity chef announced on Facebook that Gage was born on Sept. 20. He congratulated wife Ashley Jung for doing “a fantastic job during both pregnancy and delivery.” Of his son, Viviani said, “He loves boobs.”
Ever wanted to know how Cindy Crawford made it to the top? Wonder no more. (Hint: She had a little help learning the biz from ex-husband Richard Gere). The 49-year-old beauty — who refreshingly never had her signature mole removed — will be at Books & Books Bal Harbour at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday to talk about her new book, Becoming (Rizzoli International, $50), about her rise to fame as one of the original supermodels. The tome is a collection of 150 images to celebrate her upcoming 50th birthday, along with stories that have shaped her life, career and the photographs we know her by. Already spotted strolling around town over the weekend with husband, nightlife impresario Rande Gerber (he runs Whiskey Blue at the W Fort Lauderdale), the mother of two will be autographing copies and possibly doing selfies; you must purchase the book to enter the line. Space is limited. More info: www.booksandbooks.com