Lorraine

25 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Debra Wilson From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Debra Wilson Wilson in March 2010 Born Debra Renee Wilson (1962-04-26) April 26, 1962 (age 56) South Ozone Park, Queens, New York, U.S. Other names Debra Wilson Skelton, Debra Skelton Occupation Actress, comedian, voice actress, television presenter Years active 1992–present Spouse(s) Cliff Skelton (m. 2006; sep. 2010) Debra Renee Wilson (born April 26, […]

25 Mar 19
Robert Shugart

As you already know, we do a lot of red carpet coverage here at Who What Wear. In the last three months alone, we’ve painstakingly reported on every last detail of celebrities’ red carpet outfits at the Grammys , Oscars , Golden Globes , SAG Awards , BAFTAs , iHeart Radio Music Awards , Producers […]

25 Mar 19
life with. Lorraine

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

25 Mar 19
Jordan Whitaker

The art of structured story telling really began its roots during the age of Western Rhetoric, around 450 B.C. Plato, one of the most celebrated Greek philosophers of all time, discussed storytelling in his dialogue “The Republic”, which was basically a handbook for teachers of his scale. However storytelling has taken place among humans since […]

25 Mar 19
TLRHB

I’ve been wanting to see American Hot Wax for years. As usual, I should have started with YouTube, where a glitchy, crappy looking, taped-off-something version has apparently been available since 2015. I’ve now seen it, and it was worth it, even in this bowdlerized presentation. American Hot Wax is a quick-sketch profile of Alan Freed […]

25 Mar 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

As you already know, we do a lot of red carpet coverage here at Who What Wear. In the last three months alone, we’ve painstakingly reported on every last detail of celebrities’ red carpet outfits at the Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, BAFTAs, iHeart Radio Music Awards, Producers Guild Awards, and Critics’ Choice Awards. […]

25 Mar 19
Cathryn Lamb's Blog

I have wanted to be a writer for as long as I can remember. I’ve always been the kid sitting in class writing some crazy dreamt up story rather than taking notes. Writing was an outlet for me and I still get to use that form of happiness in my job. Public Relations is an […]

25 Mar 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

As you already know, we do a lot of red carpet coverage here at Who What Wear. In the last three months alone, we’ve painstakingly reported on every last detail of celebrities’ red carpet outfits at the Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, BAFTAs, iHeart Radio Music Awards, Producers Guild Awards, and Critics’ Choice Awards. […]

25 Mar 19
Luxury with a History of Love

As you already know, we do a lot of red carpet coverage here at Who What Wear. In the last three months alone, we’ve painstakingly reported on every last detail of celebrities’ red carpet outfits at the Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, BAFTAs, iHeart Radio Music Awards, Producers Guild Awards, and Critics’ Choice Awards. […]

25 Mar 19
write.draw.paint.create.repeat

I had a fantastic plan for this week’s post. I heard Hannah Gadsby, one of my favorite comedians and the artist behind the groundbreaking show Nanette, had created a two-part TV series about the intersection of art and feminism. Art history is a major theme in Nanette; Gadsby’s take on it has caused many people […]

25 Mar 19
GeekandGear.com

Spoiler Warning: If you haven’t watched the Season 3 episode of Into the Badlands, “Chamber of the Scorpion” you might want to turn back now. Besides, as we all know: No one escapes the Badlands. Badlands fans, you’ve been waiting long enough and now the moment is finally here: it’s the midseason premiere! Best of all, this […]

25 Mar 19
Michigan Mary

  This was the big day when we launched my first book, Return to Sleeping Bear.     We had it at Mayn St. Flowers and Gifts in Montrose, Michigan; my home town.       This is my cousin Maryann, the owner of Mayn St. Flowers and Gifts, who was kind enough to host […]

25 Mar 19
Jennifer Gosnell

I am currently working as a librarian assistant at Houston Elementary in Denton, TX.  The school was built in 1982 and was renovated in 2002. The library saw the addition of an “everybody” room, and a wall was removed to open up the space. In reading through some articles this past week, I identified five […]

25 Mar 19
Em's World

“In the arms of an angel…”It takes six words and a melody to bring flashbacks of one particular commercialized story that only took two minutes to forever be implanted in my memory. If you still have no idea what I’m talking about, click the link, I’m sorry ahead of time it’s a tear jerker. Stories […]

25 Mar 19
Katy Sanders

Hold up, wait a minute Let’s talk public relations really quick and how storytelling has transformed brands image with the public. Before social media allowed brands to be able to interact with their consumers, brands had to work a lot harder to create lasting relationships with individual consumers. Public Relations has now come into play […]

25 Mar 19
Scribbles and Snapshots

March 22, 2019 Writing this on my couch – on a sunny day in California, while thinking back to the cold, wind, and all of the stairs is a funny juxtaposition to our day at the Great Wall. The big item on our to-do list today was to see the Great Wall. For those of […]