Zero Dark Thirty has won the box office this weekend, grossing over $24 million in the U.S. and Canada. And it’s not just the public that showing love the Hunt for Bin Laden thriller, the Academy Awards handed a best picture nomination and best actress nod to the leading lady Jessica Chastain. Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, January 14th, 2013
A little backdrop: When the President isn’t busy (running the country and all) you might catch him, the First Lady and First Girls at one of Capitol Hill’s hot ‘n hip restaurants, Good Stuff Eatery. Fresh food is what’s on the menu. Hand cut fries, fresh veggies and meats that may become The Prez Obama Burger,The Michelle Melt (a healthier version, made with ground turkey and fresh veggies). Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, October 15th, 2012
What do the politically powerful among us do after their day’s work is done? The Cocktail of the Moment, the must-not-miss-club, concerts (at the White House?), movie premieres, great galas for great causes at great places (Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and all) – you’ll see and share the life of politicians at play – what they’re wearing, saying, doing and driving AWAY from the day job. It’ll be fun – and funny. By the way, some of those folks we send to Capitol Hill have lots of cash for political play. The wealthiest member of Congress is worth even more than Mitt Romney. Stay tuned to find out exactly who - Political Play- Coming soon.
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
Feel like a frothy, soapy, sexy, drama about one of Washington’s most powerful people? No – it’s not a bio of the Clinton years. This new six part miniseries event on USA Network is fiction. But – it’ll bring back memories. The star is the Secretary of State (played by Sigourney Weaver). She’s a woman who used to be First Lady to a slick, Southern hound dog of a President who never saw a skirt he couldn’t chase. She lost her own run for the White House and the new President appointed her as Secretary of State, which, yes, does sound familiar.”Political Animals” rips off the curtain to show the personal behind the political. The Secretary’s family is no Brady Bunch. First of all – she divorced that two-timing-charmer (but they’re still in each other’s lives). The Secretary’s mother (played by Ellen Burstyn) is a former Las Vegas showgirl, who knows how to get her drink on, and says whatever’s on her mind. The Secretary has two sons – one of them her Chief of Staff and the other a constant worry – not because he is gay but because he has addication problems. Sounds like a delicious way to spend your summer. It debuts tonight! Tune into USA Network every Sunday night at 10 EST- 9 Central. Add some juicy political sizzle to your summer Sundays.