Monthly Archives: February 2012

It’s A Grrand Night for Oscar!

The Oscars could be described as the “Super Bowl” for the entertainment industry.  In a town that is so involved in the business of show biz, it was hard to pick a venue to celebrate my industry on this grand … Continue reading

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The Most Unusual Weddings from Television

Weddings are such a special event, but sometimes things can go wrong . Sometimes  the family or friends have nothing but the best intentions , then they get a surprise . Here are some of my most unusual weddings from … Continue reading

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A Tasty Little Nook on Bryn Mayr -Nookies Comes to Edgewater

    A great way to spend an afternoon is to volunteer and reward yourself with a great dinner.  Recently, we ventured to the newest Edgewater  bistro with a very familiar name , Nookies. Nookies just recently opened another location on … Continue reading

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Small Space But Big Taste… M Burger

  Burgers should have personality.  They shouldn’t be just a flat piece of ground beef covered with condiments and a slab of American cheese.  If I could have a mission statement , I think this would be mine. While shopping, … Continue reading

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Clooney Vies for Gold in the Descendants

Oscar winner George Clooney ,  Shalene Woodley, and Amara Miller play the grieving family in the Descendants. Nominated for five Academy Awards .   I went to the theatre anticipating a good experience . After all, I have always considered … Continue reading

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Our Favorite Friend Turns 43!

  In love and a baby on the way! It looks like everybody’s sweetheart is finally on the way to happiness.  Today , she turns 43 with everything that a girl could want.   Chitownstarconnections wishes to celebrate Jennifer Aniston’s birhtday … Continue reading

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A Love and War Story Comes to Steppenwolf Stage

  Steppenwolf continues with its series of plays that deal with the cruelties of war.  This time we stay in the modern time with Donald Marguilies ‘ Time Stands Still. Ensemble member and fellow Ohioan, Austin Pendleton, directed this love … Continue reading

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