It is fun to have fun. But you have to know how, as the Cat says. And theres no question Brooklyn Walker, 5, of Dallas knows how. She came dressed for fun and fun she had at the opening night of Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat at Dallas Childrens Theater.
I reviewed the show here, but I thought you might enjoy reading Brooklyns review, too.
Thing 1 and Thing 2 made me giggle and were fun to watch. The Cat in The Hat was so funny with all of his balancing. I liked seeing all the books at the beginning of the play like The Lorax and Grinch.
The world famous Comedy Machine is dispatching three of its best comedians to Cocopah Casino this weekend.
Those funny guys are headliner David Gee and special guests Manny Hernandez and Steven Briggs.
David Gee got his start in the mid-1990s. His association with comedy legend Bud Friedman gave him a great chance to refine his talents and grow as a comedian. Since then, he has shared the stage with such big names in comedy as Bob Hope, Rodney Dangerfield, Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock.
“At a Friar’s Roast in 2001,” Gee recounted, “Sid Caesar introduced me to Milton Berle. How insanely cool is that?”
The comic recently appeared on Showtime with Rita Rudner.
“In addition to stories, one-liners and impressions, I’ve been known to add poetry and even music now and again. If you’re lucky, you’ll miss that!” Gee quipped during a recent interview with the Yuma Sun. “I’m just doing what
The Spring 2014 Calvin Klein mens and womens press preview was held earlier today in NYC, and while we were not invited to attend, we did get to see some of the looks thanks to the wonders of social media. In particular, the looks of beautiful men wearing nothing but underwear and boxer briefs.
And since we assume that you too were unable to attend, we have included some of the images from the presentation here, courtesy of the fine folks at Calvin Klein and the delightful style blogger BryanBoy.
So take a look, and enjoy.
When Cecily Strong sat in Saturday Night Live‘s “Weekend Update” anchor chair for the first time this fall, she had only one goal in mind: Don’t cry. “I’m a crybaby, so I express every emotion with tears,” says the Springfield, Illinois, native. “But they would’ve been happy tears – I would’ve been bawling because I was so excited.”
You can’t blame her for being psyched. In only her second season on SNL, she’s been promoted from lowly featured player to heir to the throne coanchor Seth Meyers will vacate when he leaves to host NBC’s Late Night early next year. “Cecily’s had a meteoric rise, as opposed to my molasses-like one,” quips Meyers.
It’s almost literally a dream come true for Strong, who has worshipped SNL for as long as she can remember. “I’ve always been a night owl, so I think I started watching it when I was 5,” she recalls.
I didnt know much of anything about Hammers Hands of the Ripper when sitting down to watch it. I knew it was Hammers stab at a Jack the Ripper story, but that was it, and honestly? Going in blind is probably part of the reason I got so absorbed in the film. I didnt realize it wasnt really a Jack the Ripper movie at all, but an unusual blend of Hammer period horror and slice-and-dice slasher with the historical Ripper only showing up briefly in a pre-credits sequence.
From there, the film follows a little girl who witnessed the murder of her mother at the hands of the Ripper, now grown (Angharad Rees), and under the care of a charlatan fortune teller. She seems sweet enough, but goes catatonic with the sight of a specific visual cue and is compelled to kill in gruesome Ripper fashion. The girl cant help it.