This is part of a week-long series celebrating the 45th birthdays of characters from Romy and Michele's High School Reunion.
After a year of steadily increasing sales at Romy & Michele, Romy and Michele paid Sandy back. Their store was such a success that he suggested they open another location, but the two thought a second store would affect their ability to provide personalized service to their customers. One store was enough, they thought. One store was good.
In 2000 they moved out of their apartment in Venice and found two adjacent units in West Hollywood. It took some time for them to adjust to being neighbors [...]
This is part of a week-long series celebrating the tenth anniversary of Love Actually.
David and Natalie married in 2004. They and their story were soon known around the world. And what a story it was! A regular girl. One of the most powerful men in the world. Charming, now famous photos of the two at a children's Christmas pageant. They were like Charles and Diana, but, you know, without the unpleasantness of royalty. Their wedding wasn’t elaborate, nor was it televised. David wore a suit. Natalie wore a simple red dress (as did many new brides the following season). After being re-elected in 2008, David announced that he wouldn’t seek [...]
Today is National Punctuation Day, a day in which Americans should let their hearts fill with gladness over the rightful period, the stalwart semi-colon, the courageous colon, the occasionally overwrought exclamation point. Writing would be nothing without them and their kin. Truth be told, Punctuation Day, much like Mother's Day, is a holiday you really should celebrate every day of the year. But, as with Mother's Day, sometimes you forget to offer much in terms of appreciation the rest of the year.
Today is a day in which to remember, and honor, our dear marks.
It was dark in the bar, and as she entered, she squinted her eyes in [...]