Monthly Archives: September 2012

Halleloo for Shangela!

Here at Chitownstarconnections, we love talking to “RuPaul’s “girls” . They are all fun, fierce, and fabulous. We have had the pleasure of meeting and talking with so many of them.  Last week, I shared some girl talk with Shangela … Continue reading

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Everyone Still Loves Lucy

In 1952, CBS premiered a comedy about a Cuban band leader and his daffy wife.  She was usually aided in her crazy schemes by her best friend and neighbor.  Today , “I Love Lucy” is the longest running sitcom in … Continue reading

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Say Oui Oui to Delicious and No No to Calories!

I won’t say that I don’t enjoy some of our tastings, but as a pseudo fashionista and actress I worry sometimes about the calories.  I like good tasting food and am very leery of when someone uses the term “healthy.” … Continue reading

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Sofia Azzad Premieres for Vertigo Crowd

High above the Chicago streets, it was another fab gathering for Chicago’s fashionistas.   The fashion -savvy gathered at Vertigo for the Sofia Azzad for Sadia Pattison Fall Preview Party.   Sofia is an exciting new designer on the scene. … Continue reading

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Superdawg – A Love Story and a Hot Dog

Everyone loves a love story and this afternoon we heard a great one. It is the story of two people that were high school sweethearts.  The couple went on to college and then decided to make money to pay those … Continue reading

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TV Sitcom Actors who Direct

Josh Radnor or “Ted” from How I Met Your Mother,  just recently released his second film “Liberal Arts.”  Josh not only was the author of the screenplay , he had double duty as star and director. Always inquisitive, we decided … Continue reading

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“Liberal Arts Brings it Home”

Last night, I was treated to the screening of a great indie. I was one of the fortunate few who attended the Chicago screening of the Sundance sensation, “Liberal Arts.”  The screening was part of a monthly networking event called … Continue reading

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“As Real as it Gets” -an interview with David Eigenberg

The other day I had the pleasure to chat with David Eigenberg. David is originally from Naperville, but he is back in town filming scenes from the new NBC drama, “Chicago Fire.” Prior to this, he is most known for … Continue reading

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