16 Dec 18
Catholic and Multimedia Challenged

SUNDAY DECEMBER 16, 2018 THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT Zeph 3: 14-18 Isaiah 12: 2-6 (6a) Philippians 4: 4-7 Lk 3: 10-18   Be animated, guided, imbued with the spirit of the Good Shepherd wherever you go. The Lord grants you these graces. Bring forth and glorify Jesus (PrP 8: p 178)   PLEASE PRAY FOR […]

14 Dec 18
Lillis Funeral Home, New Milford, CT

Dotti G. Grinnell of New Milford, CT, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday December 12, 2018 at home at the age of 67. She was born January 18, 1951 in Dobbs Ferry, NY, daughter of Edmund and Dolores (Conboy) Turner of New Milford, CT. Dotti graduated from New Milford High School in 1968. She worked as a […]

14 Dec 18
I migliori look di tutti i tempi

Una mossa certamente rischiosa, da parte di Wildside, la casa che ha prodotto L’amica geniale e The Young Pope.  Nonostante il coinvolgimento del figlio dell’attrice, Luca Dotti, nella sceneggiatura, l’iniziativa mi suscita sia interesse che perplessità. Sembra proprio di rivivere i dubbi sorti all’annuncio del film su Freddie Mercury: bellissima idea, ma chi sarà in […]

14 Dec 18

Angela Leonard, Centre Manager I feel quite chuffed to have been able to work with Morrison Square for a version of the real-style project.  It’s been another opportunity to see and celebrate the diversity of style in Nelson.  It has also been great to find a genuine passion for style in fashion retail.  Needless to […]

12 Dec 18
Global News

Variety Reports A TV drama series about the life of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn is being developed by Wildside, the expanding Italian production company behind “The Young Pope” and “My Brilliant Friend,” with plans to start shooting in 2020. The Oscar-winning actress was one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces of the 20th century and was celebrated for […]

12 Dec 18
Keely's Korner

FIRST LOOK ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 12/12/18) NBC: Ellen’s Game of Games (Premiere) at 8pm COMEDY CENTRAL: BoJack Horseman (Finale) at 10:30pm Kathie Lee Gifford, who has co-hosted Today with Hoda Kotb since 2008, is leaving NBC’s morning show in April. “As we all know, Kathie Lee’s plate has been overflowing lately with film, music […]

12 Dec 18
Keeping it Karen

I’m a dedicated window shopper. Online and in real life. Particularly when it comes to fashion. I’m always browsing stores, taking note of clothing items and styles that I love, yet rarely buy them and try them for myself. My imaginary wardrobe that exists in my brain, consisting of items that I see during my […]

12 Dec 18
Robert Matzen

This morning, Audrey Hepburn’s son Luca Dotti announced in Variety a new dramatic television series about his mother’s life that will begin shooting in 2020. The Rome-based production company, Wildside, has a wealth of experience, including success with the series The Young Pope and My Brilliant Friend, which has recently been renewed. Wildside is in […]

11 Dec 18
Corey's Fantastic News

She was the star of Hollywood’s Golden Age. She acted in over 23 movies. She was a model, a dancer, and a humanitarian all rolled into one icon.  Fashion and film icon Audrey Hepburn was the total package. And her granddaughter Emma Hepburn Ferrer is determined to keep her grandmother’s legacy alive. Born in 1929 […]

11 Dec 18
Closer Weekly
Fans of Audrey Hepburn‘s classic movies will be thrilled to know that a TV series about the Hollywood legend is currently in development, the idea being that the early parts of her life will be turned into a television drama. The show is coming from Wildside, the Italian production company that created The Young Pope and My Brilliant Friend, and which purchased the rights to the biography Audrey at Home, Memories of My Mother’s Kitchen, written by her son, Luca Dotti, and Luigi Spinolato, an Italian journalist. In a statement, Wildside noted, “In writing the New York Times bestseller, Audrey at Home, Luca and Luigi explored the singularity of Audrey’s real self and discovered along the way that it all matched. The muse, the mother, and the later humanitarian all closely relate to a girl that never stopped to be amazed by the gift of life.” Audrey, of course, has a long list of classic movie credits, among them Sabrina, Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Charade, Wait Until Dark, Robin and Marian, and My Fair Lady. (Photo by Warner Brothers/Getty Images) David Willis, who has written, among other books, Audrey: The 50s and Audrey: The 60s, wrote a tribute to the actress at In it, he comments, “In an era dominated by the atomic prurience of the bombshells and on the heels of the Forties glamazons, Audrey revolutionized movie glamour with an understated allure that had never been seen on-screen before. Not an actress of the chameleon variety, she relied on innate gifts, undiluted by specific training. She maneuvered sleekly within a narrow range, her fashion-model perfection never completely submerged. Audrey’s unique appearance — the short hair, the slender frame and petite bosom, the long neck, the prominent brow, the strong jawline, and the irregular smile — set her apart; the cadence of her voice, with its velvet tones and tip-of-the-tongue enunciation, made for an unmistakable accompaniment that continues to melt hearts. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) “There is no actress alive who can turn a minute on-screen into a tutorial on poise, spontaneity, comic timing, professionalism, chemistry, and, of course, casual elegance,” he adds. “Similar to most of the great stars, she was equally popular with both male and female audiences. For men, there was a vulnerability that brought out a need to protect, and for women, there was the dream of reinvention, the Cinderella makeover, that we saw again and again in her films.” The Audrey Hepburn TV series is expected to start shooting in 2020.
11 Dec 18

A TV drama series about the life of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn is being developed by Wildside, the expanding Italian production company behind “The Young Pope” and “My Brilliant Friend,” with plans to start shooting in 2020. The Oscar-winning actress was one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces of the 20th century and was celebrated for […]

10 Dec 18
Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

Many people who are diagnosed with cancer will undergo some type of surgery to treat their disease — almost 95 percent of people with early-diagnosed breast cancer will require surgery and it’s often the first line of treatment for people with brain tumors, for example. But despite improvements in surgical techniques over the past decade, […]