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Watch Carlos Santana's Heartwarming Reunion with Homeless Former Bandmate

It’s like something out of a movie, or perhaps Michael Chabon’s Telegraph Avenue: Two bandmates, separated by time and success, share a casual reconciliation on the streets of Oakland, Calif.

Going to Bed with Jamie Foxx

As if it weren’t already hot enough in Miami this time of year … Collateral star Jamie Foxx dropped by the regular “secret society” party at nightspot Bed, a hip-hop club where VIPs are invited to lounge on – you guessed it – beds. While Florida Marlins pitcher Josh Beckett relaxed on a bed with a bevy of women, Foxx grabbed a microphone and sang along to hip-hop tunes like J-Kwon’s “Tipsy.” Rapper Timbaland joined Foxx, who worked the crowd well into the night, finally winding down and going back to his Bed bed at around 3 a.m.

Santana Secret Disclosed

Grammy favorite Carlos Santana tells Charlie Rose on “60 Minutes II” on Tuesday that he was sexually abused as a child. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, 52, says he was molested for a two year period, beginning at the age of 11, but kept it a secret for almost 40 years. “You know it’s something you feel uncomfortable with in the first place,” he said. “You know it’s – it’s a very, as children say, icky part of your life.” With therapy, he adds, he’s come to terms with it. “I am free from feeling guilt, shame, judgment … fear,” he says.

Santana: Favorite Son

Add another honor to the eight Grammys Carlos Santana won last week. The veteran rock guitarist’s Mexican birthplace is planning to build a Santana town square, erect a Santana statue and name a street after him, town officials of Autlan de Navarro (about 90 miles southeast of the Jalisco state capital of Guadalajara), announced on Monday. Besides the statue of Santana, the square in Autlan (pop. 80,000) will also feature figures of other local musicians – including the 52-year-old rocker’s father, Jose, who played the violin in a mariachi band.

Shoe Business for Santana

Rocker Jerry Garcia had his necktie line, and Regis Philbin, who of late is really rocking, will have his matching monochromatic shirt-and-tie line for this Father’s Day. But this year’s top Grammy winner, Carlos Santana, is about to address a different part of the body: He’s launching his own line of shoes. On Thursday, the Brown Shoe Co. of St. Louis, maker of Buster Brown shoes and Naturalizers, announced its new Carlos fashion footwear label for both sexes.