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Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle by Rachel Dratch

So, I have not had good luck with comedienne memoirs. They were too serious, left me feeling sad, literally made me cry (in a bad way), just all around not the best. 354 more words

Did You Hear? • WHAT KIND OF FOOL AM I? • 2003

They don’t prepare you for this sort of thing at drama school,’ said actor Phil Rose when he found himself having to deal with an elderly, drunken performer. 683 more words


What Makes a Woman...#wwwblogs

“Sugar and spice and everything nice.”
That was a needlepoint in my friend’s room when I was young. Yes, I am old enough that we all had needlepoints for decoration. 304 more words

New Normal

Woman Crush Wednesday 5: Iliza Shlesinger

I’m always in the mood for a good laugh. And I get excited when I come across one I haven’t heard of before and they Turk out to be gold. 190 more words

Woman Crush Wednesday

Quote Of The Week

‘If you are in a quandary, hold on and the solution will appear in the palm of your hand. God may not be there when you want him but he is always on time.’ 6 more words


This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection, by Carol Burnett

Before the 1960s, it was a popular opinion that only men could be funny. Until that point it was men who hosted variety shows on television, and people like Jack Benny and Garry Moore were at the height of their fame. 620 more words


The Script {chp 1} War & Dancing

“There are several impending characters who think this story is their story. I am one of them.” Anabelle Greeves, author, screenwriter of War & Dancing… 2,601 more words