If you heard that Kate McKinnon was playing a liberal lesbian working for conservative political commentator Bill O’Reilly, we wouldn’t fault you for thinking the comedian was developing a character for Saturday Night Live.
Movie Entertainment magazine, August, 2020
It might have taken 40 years, but we can now book a return trip to the Overlook Hotel and the horrors that wait there with Doctor Sleep, the highly anticipated followup to The Shining.
Movie Entertainment magazine, June 2020
If you care about the chapters of history we hide in the dark, share this story.
The road is rutted. The gravel, loose. Our tires pitch over fragments of rock sharp enough to puncture, and long-dead tree branches, bleached deeply by time and the elements. I think of bones crunching under our wheels, and then turn to something else, for fear that I will succumb to the motion sickness I have been pushing down along this wild and winding path.
When it emerges, it looks like a Hollywood set.
I have somehow made my family believe that every time they do something at home, they aren’t helping out — they’re helping me. And that's got to stop.
There’s no getting around it—December is a busy month for families, regardless of how old your children are or what holiday you celebrate. There’s a lot to cram into a short amount of time as well as the added pressure of ensuring that time is at least somewhat enjoyable.
And for families like mine, which celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, this December is going to be a doozy.
Cooking, comfort and crowd control: how to take care of new parents.
Service editorial, CBC Parents, May 2019
For those of us who work outside of the home, the prospect of planning lunch can leave us feeling stressed and uninspired. But there are ways to beat the brown-bag blues without sabotaging a diet or breaking the budget. With just a little planning and determination, you can say goodbye to the food court for good.
“I think it’s time,” I said to my husband, one snowy night a few years ago. He looked up, and grinned.
“Where will we start,” he asked?
Where indeed? At the beginning seemed like a reasonable place, but the beginning wasn’t the most interesting.
“Number two,” I said, decisively. He was skeptical.
“Are you sure…?” But I wouldn’t be swayed.
It was time to introduce our kids to Indiana Jones.