• The wizard of O.J.: Simpson dodges questions related to armed robbery charges by whistling "If I Only Had a Brain (/a Heart/the Nerve)" after a wedding ceremony Saturday. The Juice is arrested the following day on multiple felony counts, and held without bail.
• WSJ the magazine: The Wall Street Journal unveils plans for Pursuits, a monthly lifestyle glossy for the wealthy. It is still uncertain as to whether Rupert Murdoch will appear in some form or another on each issue's cover, á la Alfred E. Neuman.
• Veep sweep: Al Gore receives a standing ovation after winning an Emmy for his interactive network, Current TV. Next up: A Grammy? An Ellie? A presidency?
• Crisis of faith: Though known as a long-time Episcopalian, John McCain calls himself a Baptist during a press conference in South Carolina. Despite the fact that the senator referred to himself as an Episcopalian in the media as recently as June, he claims a 15-year love affair with the Baptist church.
• Tween spirit down under: The selection of a 12-year-old girl to serve as the official ambassador of the Gold Coast Fashion Week in Australia has enraged critics, including the country's prime minister. What. Ever.