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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