May 31, 2013
When: 5 PDT. Where: AT&T Center. On the air: TWC SportsNet, TWC Deportes. Records: Sparks 1-0, Silver Stars 0-1. Record vs. Silver Stars in 2012: 1-3. Update: The Sparks won their opener, beating the Seattle Storm, 102-69, for their largest margin of victory in franchise history. Six Sparks scored in double figures, including Kristi Toliver (17) and Nneka Ogwumike (15). The Silver Stars lost their season opener to Indiana, 79-64. Even though the Silver Stars dominated the Sparks during the regular season last year, the Sparks swept them in the playoffs to advance to the Western Conference finals.
May 15, 2013 |
This Tuesday was all about cuts - first news from ABC that “Dancing With the Stars” would be narrowed to just one day a week next season. And then, of course, whittling down one more couple before the “DWTS” Season 16 Finals next week. But this was “DWTS'” 300th episode, and the show was in a mood to celebrate. So it was with little tears and much fanfare that hunky actor Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson were deemed the next couple eliminated. Everyone could see this coming a mile away, including Ingo himself.
April 14, 2013 |
Katy Perry, Sophia Bush, Julianne Hough, director and actor Eli Roth and more stepped away from the Coachella Music and Arts Festival grounds Friday to fete ShopBazaar , Harper's Bazaar's editor-run e-commerce site. The Gene Autry pool at the Parker Palm Springs hotel was transformed into a desert oasis with flowing Champagne, bikinis and shopping. Harper's Bazaar fashion market and accessories director Nicole Fritton and HapersBazaar.com director Joyann King put together a ShopBazaar pop-up shop at the pool.
January 14, 2013 |
In 1982, Sarah Jessica Parker, who 16 years later would play Carrie Bradshaw on "Sex and the City," played a smart, suburban teenage outsider on Anne Beatts' paean to high school unpopularity, "Square Pegs. " And now Carrie Bradshaw is being played as a smart, suburban teenage outsider, in 1984, by AnnaSophia Robb, in a rather charming "Sex and the City" prequel, "The Carrie Diaries," premiering Monday on the CW. Apart from the hair (crinkly) and the height (short), Robb does not particularly resemble the young Parker, whom she is playing, in a sense, and whose features are delicate where Parker's are strong.
January 6, 2013 |
NEW YORK - For all her designer clothes and lavish amounts of closet space, Carrie Bradshaw always sorely lacked one thing: a back story. Over the course of "Sex and the City's" six seasons, it often seemed as if Carrie had been hatched in a lab on the Upper East Side - and that was precisely the point. Carrie was the princess in the contemporary fairy tale of "Sex and the City," and wondering whether she had any family or friends before age 30 was a little like asking how she managed to pay for all those Jimmy Choos on a journalist's salary.
January 6, 2013 |
In "Deception," a new mystery serial premiering Monday on NBC, Megan Goode plays Joanna Locasta, a San Francisco police detective recruited by the FBI - by her ex-partner/ex-boyfriend (Laz Alonso), specifically - to go undercover among the family of her former best friend, the victim of a suspicious drug overdose. The family, in whose house Joanna grew up - her mother was their maid - is, of course, rich and powerful and ridiculously dysfunctional. Not only that, but also, in the words of Joanna's FBI handler and ex-boyfriend, "They've been under investigation for stock manipulation for the last nine years," suggesting that the family is very clever, or that the authorities are very distracted.