You May Be Getting Older, But You Can Still Have Fun!

This post is sponsored by Warner Bros. Pictures. All opinions are my own. Since turning 50 my philosophy has been that while I may be getting older, I can still have fun. That’s why when the PR team at Warner Brothers contacted … Continue reading

Learning How To Browse and Binge In A Great Big TV World

I’m pleased to be working with Comcast on this sponsored post. All opinions are my own.  I remember when I was growing up in the Bronx, NY, and my family used to watch TV shows on a small black and white (and eventually … Continue reading

“Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie” Is Fabulous, Fashionable, and Fun

This post is made possible by support from Fox Searchlight Pictures. All opinions are my own. The crowd cheered as Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley, the stars of Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie, walked into the Chelsea Bowtie theatre in New … Continue reading

It’s Like Magic! Entertainment and Home Security at My Fingertips

Wow! Xfinity has a lot more to offer families than I knew! A big thanks to them for partnering with me to bring you this post. Also enter the group Rafflecopter giveaway from Xfinity for a NEST Learning Thermostat (ASV $249). Entry … Continue reading

A Behind The Scenes Look At The MET Costume Exhibit And Gala

Despite the fact that Vogue editor Anna Wintour did not invite me to the Tribeca Film Festival’s kickoff, or that she declined to send an invite for the 2016 MET (aka. The Metropolitan Museum of Art) Costume Institute Gala which is happening on … Continue reading

A Cute Chick Flick Sure To Warm The Mature Woman’s Heart

Much has been written in the media about the post 50 invisible woman. It’s been said that women of a certain age fade into the woodwork or fall out of favor as they age. In the new movie, Hello, My Name … Continue reading

A Remarkable Story About “Woman In Gold”

I pass the Holocaust exhibit at Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, NJ, each day when I go to my yoga class. It’s a constant reminder of the atrocities that Jewish people endured during World War II. I shudder every time … Continue reading

“IRIS” – A Delightful Documentary About A 93 Year Old Style-Maven

I’ve always adored the style-maven Iris Apfel. I’ve followed her flamboyant fashions and over-sized iconic eyewear since I was in college in the 70s. As a student of textile and clothing design, it was a treat to see what avant-garde outfit and costume jewelry Iris … Continue reading

Love Blooms At “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”

“Richard Gere joins the cast of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” said the nice PR representative when she asked me if I wanted to preview and promote the new movie.* “Say no more,” I quickly responded. “Count me in. I’ve … Continue reading

Diane Keaton Imparts Her Wisdom On Aging

I’ve always adored actress Diane Keaton’s individual style from the moment I saw Annie Hall. When I was in college in the later 70s, I tried to emulate Annie. I went to the thrift store and bought a navy man-tailored … Continue reading