I realize I just barely made the Halloween cut-off here, but figured I’d share this article I wrote a few weeks ago in case any last-minute partiers out there wanted to know what’s up… check it out.
While I greatly miss Oktoberfest of 2006, when I was fortunate enough to actually be in Germany that fall, there are many replica festivals home in the States as well. Here are my top picks for local places to celebrate Oktoberfest 2012!
If you were one of the audience members who helped NBC make history last week with the premiere of Revolution, perhaps you’ve already thought about the show’s concept. In a world-wide blackout, how would we all function? Could we ever adapt to a life without technology?
Originally wrote this piece as suggestions of affordable kid-friendly restaurants during the summer months. Now that school’s back in session, families are busier than ever. Parents are juggling careers, car rides, sports practices, play dates, homework, and more. With all the go-go-go going on, sometimes there just isn’t enough time (or energy) to cook for the family. These kid-friendly restaurants remain a great option for families this fall!
School is back in session and what better way to celebrate than at these bars on college night?
It’s that time of year – Fall TV Preview! It’s kind of ironic that I went to school for television because I don’t actually watch much TV anymore. In the mounds of crappy network TV programming, there are the occasional diamonds in the rough that demonstrate at least a glimmer of the potential greatness of television, reminding me why I became infatuated with this industry in the first place. Here is a preview of this year’s Fall TV lineup – many will be flops, for sure, but audiences will continue to keep their favorites on the air. If you don’t like what you see on TV, you have no one to blame but yourself. It’s all about the ratings, folks.