Let me begin this article by openly saying that I am old enough to recall the original Norman Lear sitcom, One Day at a Time. The storyline chronicled the trials and tribulations of a single mom (played by Bonnie Franklin)…Read More
A day at Celebrity Connected celebrating the Emmy Awards with actors, athletes, social media influencers, media and great vendors!Read More
Amazon’s newest show – The Marvelous Mrs.Maisel has earned 14 Emmy Award nominations! Can you say – WOW! Quite a feat given that in recent years the vast majority of the golden Emmy award went to shows airing on Netflix, HBO…Read More
Update: Sadly after I ran this article the last remaining Blockbusters in Alaska announced they were closing. Original Article This month my family ventured to the Pacific Northwest. We watched whales frolic and feed, walked glaciers and even explored villages…Read More
For a person like me who spends much time in “high-gear”, it is a true delight to spend an hour a week immersed in to the lives of fictional characters for no more reason than shear entertainment! I decided that for fun (and for the purpose of this blog which will coincide with the premiere of Season 6 in the United States.) – that I would try and find some fun facts about the show and the actors.Read More
This week we lost two legends in the entertainment field- Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall. I adored them both. And, until the day when the internet came in to my life, I would spend my free time going to the movie theater or watching old classics on TV. Now I am absorbed by catching every news and soundbite about these two actors on various social media timelines.
Nothing that should get done IS getting done today. Damn that internet!Read More
I just watched a video that has gone viral about the “good old days”, titled – I CAN’T BELIEVE WE MADE IT. It really highlighted how “baby boomers” were raised as “outside” children who used motor skills far and beyond their opposing thumbs on a gaming controller. It also discussed how we were a culture that took more “risks”, found networking in our school yards not our computers, and gave respect were it was due.
It got me thinking that the newer generations may share many of the same values, yet some things are lost on our millenials. Case in point- the use of a PHONE! Now please note that I am a lover of the text message, afterall it was one of the first really contemporary technologies that helped the Deaf community have equal access. However, there is a time when I wish people would simply CALL ME. (Am I the only one?)Read More