Sultry. Sexy. Sophisticated. These are the words that come to mind when describing one of L.A.’s newest and most notable eateries: Sadie. Tucked comfortably in the heart of Hollywood, Sadie is poised to give the region’s entrenched eateries a run for their money with elevated, market-fresh New American cuisine conceived by Mark Gold, Sadie’s esteemed Consulting Chef, hailing from Eva Restaurant.
Marilyn is the newest muse for M.A.C. makeup artists, so much so they created a collection after the Old Hollywood sultry starlet.
Celebrities are icons. Their body of work builds upon what their personas symbolize.
When it comes to deciding the men versus the boys it comes down to this, whom do you feel safe and protected beside?
They said it would never happen again! They mocked the very idea of it at the 2011 Emmy’s! We feared that once again, an awards show generally known as a light hearted affair (due to copious amounts of wine being consumed), would turn into yet another Hollywood circle jerk self ego boosting ceremony where multi-million dollar celebrities talk about how awesome they are without so much as a hint of self-awareness! And yet, it’s being reported that the brilliant British comedian, Ricky Gervais who absolutely slayed at last year’s Golden Globes has been asked to return for another round of ripping on entitled celebrities and off-color humor that made last year’s show so entertaining.
A close friend of mine wisely pointed out via Facebook that, while no Hollywood natural-disaster film is complete without a grizzled, determined, and attractive lead character to save the day, the media frenzy surrounding Hurricane Irene’s east coast debut lacked a standard hero type. Since the double lead of Steve McQueen and Paul Newman in 1974’s The Towering Inferno, American film has never missed this opportunity to remind us that, while we will all someday die, we should always go out looking our best. Dante’s Peak had Pierce Brosnan. The Perfect Storm had George Clooney in flannel. Independence Day (because extraterrestrials are still natural) had Will Smith. Twister had Bill Paxton. The Day After Tomorrow touted Dennis Quaid for moms and Jake Gyllenhall for daughters. 2012 featured the boyish duo of John Cusack and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Ad infinitum, et cetera.