I'm not always one for celebrity gossip--at least not at the pace it's delivered in US Weekly--but I couldn't help but laugh when I learned that Lindsay Lohan had checked herself into rehab at the Wonderland Center in Laurel Canyon. It's the location that's ironic. Laurel Canyon, for all its rustic beauty, was the historic home of drug-gorging rockers--from Mama Cass to Joni Mitchell and Jim Morrison--among other good-doers, and remains an industry weed-and-beer-and-coke-and-acid-and-God-knows-what-else node. I, personally, love the area--dig hitting the open architectural homes and attending New Year's parties in B-celebrity treehouses while the stilts shake, the Imogen Heap howls, and the Porsches zoom up the hill. Still, anyone who's ever hung--or lived--near Wonderland Ave. knows the hallowed ground has powers, and they ain't healing vibes. From the Wonderland Center's own Web site: "In 1981, Wonderland Avenue was the scene of a drug related murder; the suspects porn star John Holmes and notorious drug dealer Eddie Nash influenced the stories for the movies Wonderland and Boogie Nights." Talk about kick-ass rehab-center marketing!