Get ready to load up your Netflix Queue for Halloween.
I found five movies and related them to five of my real-life experiences involving romance.
New York Fashion Week has a special flair for elevating the dregs of the industry. But then, there are the industry’s rare gems — the Joan Rivers and the Raf Simons, the Vivienne Westwoods and the Diana Vreelands — who serve as poignant reminders for why some choose to work in this industry.
Ladies, you need to print out this list and tape it to your headboard.
What I’m not okay with, however, is the dearth of chick flicks or even gender-neutral flicks in theaters on any given day.
When my high school’s drama program announced the spring show, Les Miserables — one of the most beautiful and tragic broadway musicals to date — I couldn’t bring myself to audition. Aspirations were questioned. They were changing.
I am secure enough to admit that Zac Efron is a handsome man.
When you flip open a magazine and get an eyeful of the perfect models and actors that grace our TV screens, you’re no longer hit with an instant inferiority complex.
Maybe he saw how unbelievably hot he looked in Gangster Squad last year and knew that he really had a moral obligation to procreate.
Creative teachers know that two processes are foundational in any educational enterprise, pre-school through graduate school: first, some form of collaborative group work and, second, going through the research process to present logical conclusions.