An additional theater had to be cleaned, opened and filled to capacity while people like myself all waited over an hour to watch the movie, which was shocking because people in Los Angeles don’t wait an hour for anything. We might sit in traffic for that long — but that’s only because we’re physically trapped.
I only answered the phone because I thought it was a colorist calling me back about my hair. Priorities.
I’m thrilled that Caitlyn Jenner is on the cover of Vanity Fair’s July 2015 issue and that she looks astoundingly beautiful. Her increasingly brave choices are poised to do more good for the transgender movement than anyone elses in human history. Her platform and message almost make 10 years of Kim Kardashian coverage actually worthwhile.
But I am concerned about putting it in the hands of VF, with vanity being the literal and meta name of their game. Historically, I am not usually a fan of even their other highend covers since, with their level of access and recognition, they often seem to be the last one to see a trend, covering it only just before the lights go out on it for good.
Dad Bod makes me wonder if the twenty-something scribe who coined it may find this look attractive because she has been force-fed it on TV – in every happy on-air relationship since the day she was born? Man/father/lead a little round in the middle and Woman/mom/co-star supermodel spectacular…
You know that friend you call with both the good news and the bad? Don’t you think that along with Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Valentines – there should also be a day to celebrate them??
My husband and I had a date with our neighbors recently, who I learned over dinner are on the “Paleo diet” and faithfully practice the workout sensation “CrossFit”. I actually learned a great deal about both these health trends during our meal because they were the only things we talked about for three hours. By [...]
I remember being a freshman in college on Valentine’s Day and getting the most carnations from male admirers amongst the girls in my dorm. This was a big deal at the time. The carnations were $1 and sold in the student union and sent to your room. Myself and the other newbies were all running [...]
By Diane Farr Tuesday November 18, 2014
Kissing Outside the Lines – Watch the Trailer!