The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES Comedian Garrett Morris was back in the hospital Tuesday, after a 3-week-old gunshot wound apparently became infected.

Morris walked into Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital on Monday night complaining of pain in his back, publicist Rita Tateel said Tuesday.

"There have been some complications and we don't know what kind of procedure will be done," she said.

"There is some speculation that he has had some inflammation and infection in the area where the bullet was."

Morris was wounded in the chest and arm during a botched holdup in South Central Los Angeles. He told the two robbers he had no money.

The 57-year-old actor was a member of the original cast of "Saturday Night Live," and plays Stan in the current TV comedy "Martin."

NEW YORK - Looking for a decent proposal? Try a meal with Robert Redford.

Fitness magazine ranked Redford's Sundance restaurant in Utah tops among celebrity-owned eateries. The magazine gave Sundance three forks for taste and three hearts for healthfulness.

"The wholesome Native American cuisine, emphasizing veggies and grains and minimal meat, is prepared with herbs and vegetables organically grown on the Sundance farms," the magazine said in its May-June issue.

At the bottom of the list was the Iowa diner owned by Roseanne and Tom Arnold. Of course, the Arnolds have bigger things to worry about these days they're in the middle of a bitter divorce.

NEW ORLEANS - For Clarence "Frogman" Henry, the song remains the same, even after a quarter-century.

Henry is slated to appear at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival for the 24th time in 25 years. And, for the 24th time, he'll sing his trademark song, "Ain't Got No Home."

"I sang it at the first one and I'll sing it at this one I think I'd get mobbed if I didn't," Henry said. "Everybody that sees the Frogman wants him to sing 'Ain't Got No Home.' "

Henry is one of hundreds of musicians who will perform at the Jazz Fest, which runs from Friday through May 1.

"The only one I missed was in 1983 when I was in England," he said. "I even went when I was in a wheelchair. It's a wild and crazy time." Read Next Article