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Hello, Kitty

On NPR's All Things Considered, Alison Keyes discusses Catwoman. Although the DC comics character has become, Keyes writes, "a symbol of feminine power," she started out as a villain, foil and whip-carrying burglar for Batman to battle in 1940. Later, in the campy '60s TV series Batman, Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt…

Meow!

Check out Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman and "quintessential quality advocate," in this ad from the back of this week's AdWeek. She's letting everyone know that she's available to be a "corporate spokeswoman," and that she's "unretouched and unretired." If that's true, it's nuts. Girlfriend is 74! (Click image…