When it comes to romance, who would know better than author/columnist Candace Bushnell, who brought us the love, money and status tribulations of hip New Yorker, Carrie Bradshaw, and friends in her best-selling novel-turned-hit-TV show and movies, “Sex and the City.
Celebrity chefs Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich have impressive culinary resumes that include books, restaurants, a love of good food balanced with a healthy lifestyle, and their shared success as two of the judges (the other is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay) on the Fox reality shows “MasterChef” and “MasterChef Junior.
To most, actor Dan Lauria is best known by TV and pop culture fans for his role as Jack Arnold in the hit TV series “The Wonder Years.” But the 66-year-old is also an author, director, producer and a Broadway star who portrayed legendary football coach Vince Lombardi in the successful play “Lombardi.
As the playoffs draw near, it’s looking like the Sox once again will be playing meaningful fall ball. Rid of its mopey all-stars, the team now comprises 25 role players like native New Havener and middle reliever Craig Breslow, willing to pitch in (pun intended) whenever their number is called.
The whole operation began two years ago, when the women formed an antiques business. They started modestly, selling at occasional pop-up markets, the famous antiques show at Brimfield, and several times a year at special events. Demand grew, and so did the business, but they didn’t want a traditional store.
Say the words “Manolo Blahnik” and for those who are familiar, the image of sophisticated high-end stilettos of desire comes to mind. George Malkemus and Tony Yurgaitis are the CEO and vice president, respectively, for those coveted celebrity shoes that became mainstream thanks to the hit TV show “Sex and the City.