It seems to me that my parents’ generation and their parents’ generation and so on, used a non-complimenting-technique for raising their children—which couldn’t be further away from how children get raised in modern western society today. Children can’t as much as scribble down a circle with two dots on a piece of paper – supposed to be two dogs and a pig – and parents give them a parade.… Read the rest
Fabwick Productions is introducing a new lifestyle – watch the video (by clicking on image) to learn!
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org… Read the rest
Between SpongeBob’s home and the Piña Coladas they serve at Cotton House in Mustique, pineapple is one hell of an important property.
SpongeBob SquarePants lives in a pineapple under the sea and apparently the image of the pineapple represents a sense of welcome, good cheer, and human warmth.… Read the rest
It’s not a secret by any stretch that New Yorkers like to drink (a lot). New Yorkers like their Manhattans, Martinis, or Negronis, on any given day. Margaritas in the summertime and wine in-between seasons, during seasons, between or during meals, after meals, anytime really.… Read the rest
If wardrobe trends were as obnoxious as food trends, we’d find a way to work from home and not leave the house in order to avoid people. I mean! The bacon trend needs to stop – is that bacon latte really something one needs at 9 AM?… Read the rest
As I wrapped up a week in preparation for a Tartuffe audition—a week juxtaposed with frustration and excitement wherein I repeatedly asked myself why wasn’t I born to be something other than an actor?
There are days in my life when the disappointments of my profession are deeper than a dam.… Read the rest