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ICYMI - Recap of TO HAVE KIDS or NOT TO HAVE KIDS: There Is No Wrong Answer (May 23, 2015)

On Tuesday, May 19, a group of powHERful women converged on Lakeview’s Pizzeria Serio‘s second floor to continue a conversation that ABOUT WOMEN founder Nikki Nigl began over a year ago. 469 more words

About Women

Single Review: Jana Kramer - 'I Got The Boy'

I was thoroughly underwhelmed by actress Jana Kramer’s first foray into country music. But her latest single is much more like it.

While she isn’t the greatest of vocalists, she is perfectly adequate on this understated song, which she delivers convincingly with a throaty almost bluesy quality which reminds me a little of Julie Roberts or the early work of Faith Hill. 360 more words

Single Reviews

Incentives and Stars Help California Keep Productions in the State

One of the unshakable rules of Hollywood in recent years has been that as much as stars want to work in Los Angeles, they can’t turn the tide against the lure of runaway production. 444 more words

Weekly Online

Sleeping with the Enemy

The Julia Roberts film, Sleeping with the Enemy (in theatres in the early 90s, coinciding with the early courtship days for my husband and me) is about a wife who plots to escape an abusive marriage. 529 more words


Singer and Songwriter Julie Roberts is Today's Honoree

Julie Roberts’ first new full-length release in almost three years, “GOOD WINE AND BAD DECISIONS” marks the acclaimed singer/songwriter’s defining musical moment thus far. Just as significantly, the album represents Roberts’ debut with the legendary… 1,315 more words


JULIE ROBERTS │ Part of the GENERATION exhibition │ Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh → 25 January 2015

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GÎṆC̣LOJICL CÂČ (IN RED) │ 2000–4 │ Ŷl n acrilic on cotnduc │ Fôto: Jon MCenzi… 233 more words


National One-Hit Wonder Day: Top 10 Best Country One-Hit Wonders

The music business can be a fickle thing.  There are so many factors on the business side of things that can spell disaster for a recording artist (a label merge, a change in command, a bad contract, etc.), not to mention the artists who have their first taste of national success – and for whatever reason, decide a career in music isn’t for them after all.   176 more words