I've been to New York City many times, so discovering the unusual along with experiencing loads of serendipity was exciting and fun. During my early visits to New York City, I waited in line for tickets to Phil Donahue and Conan and would slip into the crowd to watch The Today Show. Now I look... Continue Reading →
Live with Craig Ferguson’s Hobo Fabulous Tour!
Good thing the Boulder Daily Camera posts daily events or I would have missed Craig Ferguson's Hobo Fabulous Tour live at the Boulder Theater. He's a hilarious Scottish comedian known for funny cultural jokes and crazy facial expressions. I love the guy. He hosted the Late Late show until 2014 and then moved on to an... Continue Reading →
What to Wear at Comic-Con: Photo Essay
Dressing up in costume is the norm at Comic-Con. Last time, I went as Poison Ivy. After a long vacation, costumes were the furthest thing from my mind. I couldn't motivate. What would I wear at Comic-Con this year? Silly question for a woman who has a room full of costumes, I know! But this... Continue Reading →
Twelve Reasons To Use Twitter
I was shocked to read an article by the Associated Press about Twitter. Few have signed up for an account since the US election. I assumed with political tweets making worldwide news, people would be curious to see them first hand. Nope. People use Facebook to keep in touch with friends and family. It remains... Continue Reading →
What Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher taught me last Friday
Running into Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher blew my mind and not because they're celebrities.
A Shia LaBeouf Hitchhiking Update #TAKEMEANYWHERE
Good morning Wild Riders and Happy Summer to you! Remember when I met Shia LaBeouf in May? Well he, Nastja Ronkko, and Luke Turner have been hitchhiking since May 23rd. Every day, they have posted their new coordinates at noon on Twitter and have taken a ride from whomever picks them up first. GPS placed... Continue Reading →
On Lockdown with Shia LaBeouf #TAKEMEANYWHERE
Shia LaBeouf and I hung out last Sunday. The afternoon stretched to more than three hours when two shootings occurred right outside the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. I thought it was some rude person tapping on the wall. Nope. Police crime taped the area and placed everyone in the building on lockdown. Most of... Continue Reading →
Tales from Denver Comic Con 2015
I was a Comic Con virgin. It has always evoked images of nerdy Treky fans and comic book geeks. Neither tickled my happy parts. I haven’t kept up with Star Trek since the television series ended and the one and only comic book I bought back in the seventh grade was Archie. So when my... Continue Reading →