Jolie, Pitt engaged after 7 years together

After seven years as a couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt finally are engaged.

Pitt’s manager, Cynthia Pett-Dante, confirmed the news Friday.

There isn’t a wedding date yet. The engagement “is a promise for the future,” Pett-Dante said.

Pitt, 48, and Jolie, 36, have six children together, including three who are adopted.

Police arrest man in Diddy’s mansion

A New York man has been arrested for a second time on charges that he broke into Sean “Diddy” Combs’ East Hampton mansion, where he apparently ate food, drank liquor and slept in one of the rap mogul’s bedrooms, according to an arrest report issued Friday.

Quamine Taylor, 30, of Queens, was arrested at the sprawling home on April 1. He is being held in the Suffolk County Jail on trespassing and petit larceny charges.

He has not posted $2,000 bail, and is due back in court next month.

According to the arrest report issued by the East Hampton police, Taylor entered the home through an unlocked basement door. He then “ate food, drank liquor and went to sleep in a bedroom.”

Police responded at that time to an alarm at the house, but Taylor apparently convinced an investigating officer that he had permission from Combs to be there.

That afternoon, a caretaker called police when she discovered Taylor there, telling officers he was not authorized to be in the home.

Tarzan’s cry returns to Louisiana oil town

The echoing cry of Tarzan, King of the Apes, will ring out this weekend in a coastal Louisiana oil town.

The Tarzan Festival in Morgan City started with the declaration by Gov. Bobby Jindal of Friday as Tarzan Day in Louisiana.

Author Edgar Rice Burroughs’ tale of the boy who grew up to be king of the jungle was first published 100 years ago. The first movie version was shot in Morgan City in 1917, a silent film.

Stamp, envelope honor ‘Mockingbird’

Fans in author Harper Lee’s hometown lined up for a new envelope and stamp celebrating the 50th anniversary of her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

About 100 people attended the unveiling Friday in Monroeville to buy the envelope and stamps, which were processed by the Postal Service to be collectors’ items.

Lee did not attend. Wire reports