I’m a huge nerd when it comes to theme parties, especially ones based on my favorite books, TV shows, and movies. When you really get into the spirit with “live action role play” (LARP) through costumes, decor, or cuisine, it just adds another whole level of enjoyment to favorite stories and characters.
Yes, I’m one of those people: the thirtysomethings who devoured the Divergent books and couldn’t get enough. But this isn’t the part where I critique the series. It *is* where I share my love for Shailene Woodley as a human being and as a beacon of hope for her generation.
Last night, we made the amazing decision to go to the Alamo Drafthouse “Spaceballs Quote-A-Long” — one of my absolute favorite 80s movies from my childhood — and I was inspired to put together this party planner so you can enjoy it, too.
Well played, KMart, well played.
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Sunday marks the 85th telecast of the Academy Awards, and over 50 films are nominated across the 24 categories. No matter which end up bringing home the iconic Oscar, we scoped the list and came up with 8 movies worth watching, even after award season is over.
Weekends as a child of the 80s meant two traditions: watching Saturday morning cartoons with my siblings and stealing the funnies from my parents’ Sunday paper.
Call it Boston pride, but my favorite moments from last night’s Golden Globes had to be from Amy Poehler and Ben Affleck (and by extension, Jennifer Garner — also owed in part to my renewed obsession with her tough & buff agent alter ego Sydney Bristow, thanks to a recent
Last summer ended with hospital visits, lots of them, back to back. For two weeks straight, I flew back and forth between North and South, first with one parent in the hospital, then another — as soon as one was released, another was admitted. Thankfully, they’re both in the clear, but it was scary, exhausting, eye opening.