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Talk of the Town

Talk of the Town

Las Vegas is a land of Elvis-themed weddings and quickie divorces, yet Nevada’s Governor Jim Gibbons has managed to turn his divorce into a soap opera that the whole state is tuning in to watch.

First of all, when Governor Gibbons and his estranged wife, Dawn, fought over custody of their home, they were actually fighting over the 23-room governors mansion. She ended up moving into the guesthouse. She says he cheated, but he refuses to admit it. Yet he has been photographed around town getting sushi and going to see “Sex and the City” with other women who apparently resemble cocktail waitresses.

"It's like the Clintons," 74-year-old Donna Kattchee tells the Los Angeles Times, "if they had gotten divorced."

Although your photograph may not appear on People magazine, your divorce can still make you feel like the talk of the town, especially if you or your spouse is highly regarded in your community. If this is the case, one of the best things you can do is keep your true friends and family close and focus on the task at hand. [Los Angeles Times]

Posted: 6/10/08