Nicole Phillips, Heidi Shaffer and Robin Huebner talk about New Year’s resolutions.
The David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell affair has been all over the media. Both sides critisized and both have had their personal lives splayed out for all to see. Why are their personal lives on such high attention? And who’s getting most of the blame?
These real women talk about this real issue on this week’s What SheSays.
Sounds like a dream come true for vino loving chocoholics, right?
But a big event tonight at the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre is so much more. It combines decadent desserts with some of the best wines in the country, including wines from a top-notch vineyard in Washington State. And it’s all being held in a beautiful new addition to the theatre.
For more information about tickets to Days of Wine and Roses go to the FMCT blog
To learn more about Gordon Estates go to www.gordonwines.com
It’s cold. You don’t want to go out to the movies. Why not stay home and dig through your old DVD’s (or maybe even VHS tapes) for a great old movie to watch? Maybe you’ve seen it so many times, you don’t really even need to sit down and watch it. You put in on for the background noise while you’re working on your computer or doing the dishes. I know that’s the way I often watch movies. And in these instances Chick Flicks fit the bill. Don’t get me wrong. I love a good action/adventure, drama or even horror movie. But for those movies you need to pay attention. It’s hard to plug in “Die Hard” and just casually watch. But with some of my favorite Chick Flicks, it’s about the dialogue. You can just listen and enjoy the greatness.
So today, I’ve decided to present you the 5 most watchable Chick Flicks – those movies I don’t seem to mind watching over and over again. They might not be the best movie, but they’re on hand. To help with the movie review, two of my favorite Areavoices bloggers: Jared and Cody from Movies in the Mancave.
Enjoy! And let me know what your top five might be!