Arrow fans know him as Malcolm Merlyn, the Dark Archer. Doctor Who and Torchwood fans know him as the immortal time-traveler Captain Jack Harkness. But those two roles are just a fraction of Man of the Moment John Barrowman’s resume. Last month, John Barrowman gave up a chunk of an afternoon to do a phone [...]
If you’re a geek like me, our Man of the Moment, Eddie McClintock needs no introduction. He’s the man who plays Agent Pete Latimer on the SyFy original series Warehouse 13. He’s also a husband, father, dog-owner, and – as most of the best people are – still in touch with his inner ten-year-old. Recently, [...]
Fear lives in my chest. A hard knot of black vines clamping tendrils around my heart, seizing my veins, encircling the delicate rungs of my ribs. I used to think it was the only instinct that could save me, so I honored its every demand. I stayed small. I stayed quiet. I sought out protection [...]
I can tell it has rained the night before because the cobblestones have changed from a light pink to a dark purple.
When I first heard Shana Tucker’s music, I emailed Roxanne and said, “If you don’t interview this woman, I will.” We decided to join forces since we both love music but have different perspectives on it. (I spent a good chunk of my childhood studying the cello myself, so I’m always eager to hear how [...]
Life gets sooooo complicated; taking a keep-it-simple approach, and remembering who/what is really important, allows us to see more clearly what Life has in store for us.
I’ve come to really understand that some pieces of you may never heal. It isn’t that you are flawed. What your soul is telling you is that you aren’t meant to forget every painful part of your past. Instead, you are learning to integrate who you were and where you’ve been with who you are now and where you are going.
I knew for certain at age 13 that this would be my profession. I had open heart surgery and when I woke up from the surgery I felt crystal clear about what i wanted to do.
Spring has sprung and I am hell-bent on creating a butterfly garden for my family to enjoy this summer. While researching the appropriate flowers to transform my boring suburban yard to a winged creature sanctuary, I marveled at the simple needs of the butterfly and pondered what I would require if I only had [...]
I was all set to make this column a rant about my love/hate relationship with social media and how having access to such tools makes otherwise intelligent adults behave the most annoying people you knew in middle school, but such a rant would really be rather pointless. I mean, we all know that “friend” is [...]
There are so many beautiful women in my life who excel in event planning and have mastered their domestic duties. From easy breezy barbecues and couture get-togethers to organized closets and volunteer extraordinaires, I often stand in awe, knowing I posses the passion to create a positive ambiance in my home. And while I long [...]
I am always thankful when the day’s rush hours are over and although each day typically ends in frenzy the same as the day begins, the ending frenzy is more relaxed and fun. Sometimes we all make dinner then homework, baths, hugs, giggles, and a monster mom story, which usually turns into bedlam when girls, [...]
Instead of sitting in church, we are sitting in our car traveling north on Highway 52 from Winston-Salem. Our final destination is the winery at Chateau Morrisette which is nestled in a valley a short distance from milepost 171.5 along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Floyd, Virginia. Once there, my husband, daughter and I [...]
I’ve always loved books and films that explore our dark sides. Something about peering into lives in tumult. I think I was always less fascinated in the crimes themselves than on the impact of those crimes on people. The moral crises.
Megan Abbott is an Edgar®-winning author of crime fiction with a penchant for film noir and the ability to craft characters who are eerily similar to people we’ve known but with a dark twist you didn’t see coming.
Country music is filled with pretty-faced blonds. Don’t confuse Margaret Durante with the others, though, because this beautiful blonde is so much more than just a pretty face. With her recently released digital EP “Maybe Tonight“, Margaret Durante shows us she has a powerful voice, a talent for writing compelling stories, and a vibrant personality. [...]
You’ll immediately recognize actress and activist, Elaine Hendrix, from her role in the 1998 Disney remake of Parent Trap. Newcomer Lindsey Lohan was adorable. Dennis Quaid was… Dennis Quaid. Natasha Richardson was glamorous. Yet Elaine Hendrix nearly stole the show.
One reason I wanted to write from an early age is because so many writers, dead and alive, have helped me, sometimes even really saving me. … Sharing your experience through honest words is one of the best gifts you can give.
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