Nicole Miller

22 Feb 19
Solo Single Mom Strong

Tonight I am going on a first date and I’m really scared

22 Feb 19
Deadline

In what has been an ever-changing scenario since the race for the 91st annual Academy Awards began in earnest at the beginning of September with the fall festival trifecta of Venice, Telluride and Toronto, the hunt for Oscar has been as confounding and difficult to call as ever. The so-called precursor awards have been all […]

22 Feb 19
My So Secret Blog

OSCARs are the most wanted awards of the year. Every actor wants to get one in their lifetime but not many make this dream come true. Here are the nominees for this year’s OSCARs. Best Actor In A Leading Role CHRISTIAN BALE (Vice) BRADLEY COOPER (A Star Is Born) WILLEM DAFOE (At Eternity’s Gate) RAMI […]

22 Feb 19
Empty Branches on the Family Tree

The best Family History Finds this week: Family Stories More on the search for King Stockton Clues by Association AND Who Shot Whom?  AND Austin? Or Alston?, all by Jacqi Stevens on A Family Tapestry I look forward to this post every month. Will Yvette be able to document all the way back to Eleanor? […]

22 Feb 19
FilmJerk.com

FilmJerk.com continues its annual Oscar Handicap with the newest category to the Academy Awards, Best Animated Feature.

22 Feb 19
Davis Enterprise

Foreign films are a strong presence among the nominees By Derrick Bang Enterprise film critic It’s 1984 and ’87 all over again. Every so often, public and critical adulation for a particular film leaves me flummoxed. Such was the case with 1984’s “Amadeus,” with 11 Academy Award nominations and eight wins, including Best Picture; and […]

22 Feb 19
FILM FRENZY

View From The Couch is a weekly column that reviews what’s new on Blu-ray and DVD. Ratings are on a four-star scale.

22 Feb 19
Swimming World News

By Lianne McCluskey, Swimming World Intern. Day 2 of the Atlantic 10 Championships brought outstanding performances, beginning with George Washington’s Moritz Fath setting a new meet, conference and pool record in the 500 Freestyle at SPIRE Institute on Thursday night. The George Washington Colonial Men and Duquesne Women held onto the top team spots through […]

22 Feb 19
CAHILL's CLOSET

I wasn’t going to post this, but here I am putting it all out there! What do all three of these pictures have in common? I’m wearing something I saw last summer that I wanted to buy, but for some reason or another I didn’t. Thank god for discount stores, like T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, […]

22 Feb 19
Swimming World News

Day 2 of the 2019 Big East Championships featured a wide range of events, including for both men and women the 500 Free, 200 IM, 50 Free, and 200 Free relay, along with the women’s 3M diving. The night saw Villanova pull away in the women’s competition to lead with 378 points, above Georgetown at […]

22 Feb 19
Nicole Grabowski

Fashion Week is officially over; at least for this season. Every year I love to look through images from the shows and see what the different designers put out. The best places I’ve found to look through all the looks from different shows are Vogue.com and NYFW.com. This is a list of some of the […]

21 Feb 19
The Warren Word

Before Oscar nominations were announced earlier this month, the award show sparked controversy over who would host the show. 39-year-old comedian, Kevin Hart was set to host the show, however, the announcement was faced with backlash when old homophobic tweets resurfaced. “I’ve yet to go back to that version of that immature comedian I once […]

21 Feb 19
Solo Single Mom Strong

I wish you would fix things because I would do anything to talk to you right now. It’s been a horrible day

21 Feb 19
LowcoSports

It will be a season of new beginnings for area high school girls lacrosse teams, as three of the four local squads have new head coaches.