It actually happened. After the Eastern Conference win, I felt the eagerness and anticipation, which I shared in my related posts – but for it to actually come true – there are no words to describe the feeling. These last few weeks have been a whirlwind to say the least. The saying, ‘when there is … More We did it. We are the Champions.
A misunderstanding created a whole new life – a life that he so desperately yearned for. But at what cost? That was the center of Dear Evan Hansen – a Tony Award-winning musical that made it’s Canadian debut in March 2019. I had the pleasure of viewing it this past week at the Royal Alexandra … More Dear Evan Hansen – A Desperate Quest for Acceptance
Earlier this year, I discovered an extremely refreshing and funny Aparna Nancherla – born and raised in Washington with East Indian roots. She’s down-to-earth with a shy, girl-next-door charm and has broken past all kinds of stereotypes taking the comedy world by storm. In my opinion, what sets Aparna apart is her truly distinct and unique … More Aparna Nancherla: Stand-Up Comedy’s Breath of Fresh Air
This week has been a difficult one with the deaths of two notable public figures: fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef and travel aficionado Anthony Bourdain. It has been reported that both succumbed to suicide. These stories are just a couple of examples of the dark and disturbing reality that surrounds us and yet … More Behind the Smile: The Dark Side of Fame and Fortune
Today, I came across a video that, while amusing, was a good reminder to never lose sight of doing what is right and honest. In the video below, talkshow host Ellen calls out a guest for breaking the rules of taking only one free gift backstage. Her team had set up hidden cameras to see … More A Great Reminder from Ellen