Already, the implementation of Obamacare has been troubled.
A new world order that requires a new type of “to do” list. The type that–miracle of miracles–takes into account whatever happens to take my fancy.
Emily Lindin is a blogger who has been posting her 6th grade diary entries online every day. A couple of months into the entries, her 11-year-old self lies on her parents’ bed and tries to think of ways to kill herself. She’s just been dumped – not for the first time – by “Zach,” and …
Mothers go on, connecting and reaching out.
HBO isn’t all bloody dramas and sex. It’s also witty, sharp comedies.
This new plot line feels like an utter betrayal of everything she’s been over many, many seasons, and of her role as a childfree icon.
It’s not that there’s anything wrong with fashion or sassy writing, but the exclusive focus on these things gives the impression that this is a shallow movement without room for serious problems women face.
I have a funny feeling this will be one roller coaster ride where no seat belts are required.
This is one of the few places on television in which mothers aren’t shoved to the side, but are in fact at the heart of the drama and scene setting.
At the London Film Festival, three very different, compelling films.