Brewster Place TV series was a short-lived drama continuing where The Women of Brewster Place left off. Here are a few facts about the show.
Ain’t We Lucky We Got Good Times?
Good Times is the holy grail when it comes to TV shows in the 70’s. Join me as I look back on the first TV sitcom that showcased an intact black family.
Five Career Lessons Learned On Oprah’s Master Class with Lynn Whitfield
I am sharing five career lessons that I learned while watching Oprah’s Master Class with Lynn Whitfield. Read and get inspired.
Talking Career, Social Media, and Balance with the Cast of Power
During #TheBridgeATT event here in St. Louis, I interviewed the Power Cast to get their take on everything from career to social media.
We Celebrate 10 of Pop Culture’s Best Administrative Assistants
In celebration of Administrative Professionals Day, we are serving up 10 of Pop Culture’s Best Administrative Assistants who make fictional offices rock.
Why Bow from Black-ish is the Ultimate Working Mom #blackish
Bow from Black-ish is a character that I totally identify with. Read why I think she is the ultimate working mom, & what can teach us about being imperfect.
How to Avoid a Workplace Scandal. Follow These Simple Rules #Scandal
Season 5 of Scandal is now underway, and while we see how it will all play out, I’ve got 7 tips on how to avoid a workplace scandal.
The Women of House of Cards: Are You a Claire, a Jackie, or a Heather?
The women of House of Cards are definitely a force to be reckoned with. Which woman do you identify with most professionally? Claire, Jackie, or Heather?
DIY Valentine Craft Ideas Segment on Show Me St. Louis
In my latest TV segment, I am sharing three DIY valentine craft ideas with my friends at Show Me St. Louis, most of which quick, easy, and foolproof!
2012 Countdown: Our Favorite Things List of 2012
As we get ready to usher in a new year full of more excitement, we wanted to share with you a list of Our Favorite Things of 2012.
Work Life: I, Too, Was Fired Like Ann Curry
Last week, many of us watched the sad farewell by former Today Show co-anchor Ann Curry, who tearfully told us she was moving on to another department at NBC News. Her departure was imminent and was broadcast via blogs and gossip rags almost a full two weeks before she anchored the Today Show for the final time.
Must See TV: A&E’s Real Life Series Monster In-Laws
Last year, I began watching Monster In-Laws, a real life series focused on families and their over-the-top in-laws who like to bust in and take over. Shown with brutal honesty in a dramatic fashion, Monster In-Laws will make you cringe at some of the antics taking place, but makes for very interesting television.