Usually when I look at a new cookbook, I am lucky if there are 1 or 2 recipes I am attracted to. Jennie Perillo's HOMEMADE WITH LOVE by is different. As soon as I saw the gorgeous photos, I wanted to try half a dozen of the delicious-looking dishes
‘American Nudist’, the feature film written, produced and directed by Clinton H. Wallace, and based on the novel American Nudist: The Lost Journal, was voted as one of the most distinctive posters at this years Cannes by The Hollywood Reporter.
The best way to experience spring in the USA is to go to a place like the Twin Cities where the winters are long and spring is so welcomed. Their unsurpassed May Day parade is a Rite of Spring that should go on EVERYONE's calendar
Every town has some bad things and some goods things about them. Though Marissa Magdelena, now living in L.A. sometimes gets flack for being from Bakersfield, CA she states, "I will defend its honor to my grave. There is no place I would rather hail from"
Bodies of Work" is a network of artists and organizations formed in 2002 that explore and celebrate the contributions of artists with disabilities and the contemporary contexts of disabled lives. The BOW Festival begins on May 15th and runs for eleven days
Brenda Dickson, Daytime Television’s ultimate villain as "Jill Abbot" from the glory days of The Young & The Restless, finally reveals the hidden story on what really happened to her. Her book takes you through her life in Hollywood from age 17 until the present
I was able to attend the first day of the first auction at Architectural Artifacts, my first auction. The three-day auction was owner, Stuart Grannan’s spectacular unique way of celebrating twenty-five years of business in the same location
Rock icon Graham Nash held a reception Wednesday, April 17, 2013 in Hollywood at the Morrison Hotel Gallery at the famous Sunset Marquis Hotel, previewing a selective collection of photographs called Visual Harmony to media and friends.
The American Museum of Natural History's newest exhibit, "Whales: Giants of the Deep" is currently on view at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City from March 23, 2013 to January 5, 2014