April Sun Sign Profile: Aries (March 21-April 19)
Here’s a list of things I’d like you to visualize: the color red, the metal iron, a diamond, fire, Xena Warrior Princess, an untamed horse, a rebel leader,
Paula Poundstone: we all know and love her for her outrageous, zany, hilarious comedy. This most gracious funny-lady allowed me a bird’s eye view into her life as a comic. Since I’m an entertainer myself,
Getting The Dinah Down (under) with Havana Brown
When T.S. Eliot opened his magnum opus, “Wasteland,” with the words, “April is the Cruelest month” he had no idea how false his words would ring decades later
March Sun Sign Profile: Pisces (February 19-March 20)
How do you explain the unexplainable? How can the Mother Theresa-types of the world, and the utmost dregs of society both fall under the auspices of the same
February Sun Sign Profile: Aquarius (January 20-February 18)Welcome to the Age of Aquarius! This Air Sign is all about communication. Those wavy lines that represent the sign signify not only water, but energy waves. And
LIVING THE BLUES AND ALL THAT JAZZ
SWEET BABY J’AI TALKS ABOUT MUSIC, FAMILY, AND WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE A LIVING DOING WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO.
by Gail ChristianPhotograph by Craig Johnson“SOME CRITICS CALL ME
January Sun Sign Profile: Capricorn (December 22-January 19) Oh Capricorn, so misunderstood! They have a nasty reputation for being workaholics, control freaks, and skinflints. They like wearing black. Better safe than sorry is a popular Goat-Fish
Since 1973, Olivia has been serving the lesbian community, both as a groundbreaking independent women’s record label and as the travel company for lesbians. From selling over 1 million records by artists such as Meg
Katy Perry was presented with the Trevor Hero Award at Trevor Live on December 2, 2012 at the Hollywood Palladium.
As an ally for the LGBTQ community, Katy has supported equality and the freedom to marry.
An empire built on creativity, a little science…and lots of room for innovation Probably the most important takeaway from an interview with celebrity chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken is that they embrace change. And,