Tell our readers about your background: where are you from, and what led you to write for a living? I’m originally from Rhode Island, but I’ve been living in the Bay Area of Northern California for twelve years now. I knew I wanted to be a writer by the time I was eleven years old. [...]
If you’ve been watching the hit Lifetime TV show Army Wives, you’ll recognize this week’s Man on Monday as one of this season’s many new additions. His name is Joseph Julian Soria, and you’ve probably seen him in a lot of other television shows and movies, without necessarily recognizing him. He took time to chat [...]
Interview: Meet Cynthia Silver, Inspiring Woman, Entertainer, and Creator of BRIDEZILLA STRIKES BACK!
Whether we grow up to be modern and independent or more traditional, there is a time in almost every woman’s life when she’s a little girl dreaming about her ideal wedding. And Cynthia Silver, creator of the one-woman show Bridezilla Strikes Back! was no different. But then she grew up, and agreed to be part [...]
In light of the All Things Girl “Color” Edition, it is only fitting to speak to Christine Mason Miller, artist, author and ATG Alumnae. We each have our own inner color, a creative energy bursting to get out through our thoughts, actions and talents. I had the opportunity to interview Christine about her book, “Desire [...]
In Part One of our interview with Dr. Carmen Harra, we discussed her book and some of her beliefs. In part two, we continue that discussion, and wrap it up with her opinion about a resurgence of the Divine Feminine. In your book, Wholeliness, you talk about the nine key ‘shifts in thinking’ that people [...]
Happy Halloween from All Things Girl! Our Man on Monday for this week is one of the younger people we’ve featured, and – as his interview says – his career is just beginning to take off, but as someone who has been fortunate enough to perform audio improv with him on and off for over [...]
Give us your “elevator speech” about who you are, and how should we know you? From the Glassman Dental Care website: Dr. Debra Glassman brings artistic proficiency and high quality expertise to Glassman Dental Care, adding her special, instinctively feminine touch to every Glassman smile. As a distinguished clinician, she provides high quality, five-star dental [...]
Last month, we spoke with our cover girl, Esmé Raji Codell about her thoughts on education. This month, we continue our conversation, focusing on her writing, and her mission to get children to love reading. In addition to Educating Esmé and How to Get Your Child to Love Reading, you’ve also written several children’s books. [...]
Our theme this issue is “Lost and Found,” and I believe music is one of the better ways to both lose yourself and find yourself. Recently, I found a band called Girl in a Coma, a trio of young women – Jenn Alva, and sisters Phanie and Nina Diaz – who make wonderful music together. [...]
The world is full of inspiring women. Some are historical figures, some are actors, writers, or politicians. Others are closer to home – our mothers, sisters, and friends. Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with a Gemma Bulos, founder of A Single Drop and author of the guest post we ran on earth day. [...]
There are many kinds of Journeys that we take in life: the one from child to woman, from wannabe to star, and from the place we’re born to the place we eventually live. In part one of our interview with Laura Bell Bundy, we discuss her Kentucky roots, her writing process, and the way she [...]
Continuing our conversation with journalist Sheila Weller, we talk a bit more about her most recent book, Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon – and the Journey of a Generation, learn more about her career, and find out about her love of spicy tuna rolls. Don’t forget to check out the first [...]
Sheila Weller is truly a woman of the feminist movement of the late 60s and early 70s. She is a successful wife of 29 years, mother of a successful son and author of six books including two New York Times bestsellers, winner of numerous awards for journalism, a writer for Vanity Fair, and Senior Contributing [...]
We continue our chat with Cover Girl the up-and-coming actress, Francia Raisa. (If you missed it, check out the first part of her interview.) Is it difficult to be a Latina actress in Hollywood? Do you find racism a problem there? I think racism goes on everywhere, but especially here. You’re always hearing people say [...]
Our cover girl this month Francia Raisa (born Francia Raisa Almendárez), is a hot Latin firecracker who can add a little spice to your life. This beautiful, warm-hearted young woman has taken the first steps on the road to super-stardom recently, by starring in the ABC TV movie The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream [...]
Crosby Loggins is many things, amongst them he is the eldest child of the Grammy award-winning musician Kenny Loggins and winner of MTV’s reality show Rock the Cradle, but most importantly he is a talented singer-songwriter and musician. He may have begun life as the privileged son of an internationally acclaimed rock star, but Crosby [...]
I first met singer-songwriter Phil Ayoub (pronounced A-yoob) when I profiled him for an entertainment magazine and I was impressed from the very beginning with his general nice-guyness. He is a deep-thinking, deep-feeling, quintessential all American boy from Boston and in that way he is both charming and very attractive. Phil has an MBA from [...]
I’m just putting the finishing touches on the Man of the Month interview with Willie Herath. An intelligent, witty, outdoorsy guy he really encapsulates everything that March/April’s theme Earth and Sky implies; a fresh, sporty, hard working, down-to-earth man with the heart of an adventurer and the soul of a poet. Willie has been making [...]
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