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The Devil Wears Prada - Streep and Hathaway A Dream Team

You might ask yourself what is a middle-aged dork like me watching a movie about the fashion industry….well there is a lot to like. Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Stanley Tucci are quite exquisite in this movie about a fictitious fashion magazine editor/publisher which is loosely based on the real-life Anna Wintour. 99 more words

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This is one of my all time favourite movies. What's not to love whether you are male or female! Lydia!

One Day is not enough

Lately, I find myself liking stories about real-time stuff. Those things that stood the test of time thereby enabling friendships or relationships to be treated as no joking matter, they actually bring the authenticity in today’s fakery-filled changing world. 544 more words

The Last Chivalrous Act

The concept of the pocket square goes all the way back to the ancient Greeks. 

So says the website, The Gentlemen’s Corner.

The website goes on to say that by the 17th Century, a pocket-handkerchief was common apparel for all classes of men in Europe. 453 more words

Expressing Jesus's Love with a Handkerchief  

Today my Christian mentor and I officiated a memorial service for a local Latino family who’d requested we perform the service in their home for financial reasons. 425 more words

How to be a Memorable Intern

Cheers dolls! Hope your summer internships are off to a smooth start. Now that you’ve got the internship, how do you make the experience count? And more importantly, how do you make a lasting impression on your boss? 338 more words


Movie Review: Alice in Wonderland Through the Looking Glass

Where do I even begin with this movie? Visually its eye candy, it’s also rather clever in the fact it’s almost nothing like the book. Instead the story is retold as a plot where Alice helps to find the Mad Hatter’s family. 493 more words


Someone Like Gloria Swanson but ... Younger

“All right Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close up,” pronounced Norma Desmond, the fading silent movie star in Sunset Boulevard (1950).

The role of Norma Desmond was played by 50-year-old Gloria Swanson, a great actress who received an Academy Award nomination for the part.  145 more words