It's the biggest night of the year in Hollywood and you are invited to watch - plus one not required
The Academy Awards are right around the corner. If you are a movie buff, a celebrity watcher or a fashion gawker, this is prime time to sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
This is also a good time to mingle and be social. If you are looking for something to do to make Sunday's show a little more festive, check out this list of places to watch with other cinephiles like yourself. The events range from free to premium prices. Be sure to check before you go and RSVP, if required.
Catfish, predators and worse are out there, but I still believe love can be found online.
Mary Kay Beckman found someone she was interested in dating. After going on a handful of dates with Wade Ridley, she decided that he wasn't a suitable companion. Unfortunately, this did not go over well with Mr. Ridley, and he began harassing and threatening Ms. Beckman through text messages. Circumstances escalated and one night when she arrived at her home in Las Vegas, Mr. Ridley viciously attacked her and almost killed her.
Here are some Vegas weddings that lasted, and some sputtered. Check it out.
By Katanya Royster
What’s the first thing you think of when someone says Sin City? Ok, after legalized prostitution. That’s right – quickie Vegas weddings in chapels illuminated with neon lights. The fact is, Las Vegas issues approximately 100,000 marriage licenses each year and boasts almost as many wedding chapels as it does casinos.
The newly betrothed pop singer went out on the town with her new fiancé to celebrate the happy news!
It was just last week when Britney Spears, 30, ecstatically tweeted her big announcement to the public: "OMG. Last night Jason surprised me with the one gift I've been waiting for. Can't wait to show you! SO SO SO excited!!!! Xxo"
Being the only single -- and oldest -- woman at a fancy bachelorette bash freaked me out.
As I boarded the plane to Las Vegas, I vowed to keep the judgment to a minimum and the laughter to a maximum. I can endure anything for one weekend, I reasoned, taking comfort in the thought that there was no way my cousin’s bachelorette weekend could be as bad as the one in the film "Bridesmaids," as long as I refrained from mixing pills and booze. I reminded myself why I was there: to celebrate the love in my cousin’s life.
Bachelorette Ashley and the boys are back in Las Vegas in episode two.
Oh, Ashley, what have you gotten yourself into? In the first 30 seconds of last night's "Bachelorette," we see Ashley possibly getting married to one guy in Vegas while seeing another guy admit he has zero interest in his Bachelorette—other than in her tight butt.
A woman wants more than $60,000 from her ex after he allegedly cheated at his Vegas bachelor party.
Can we just say this? What happens in Vegas does not stay there. Just ask almost-groom Robert Leighton, who definitely found that out the hard way. Apparently, the Chicago lawyer went a bit too far at his bachelor party and was hit with a lawsuit courtesy of his ex-bride-to-be. She discovered his Sin-City hook-up, and he discovered that poor decisions always crawl back home with you.
Brad and the babes head to Las Vegas, where naturally, the stakes, and drama, are sky high.
The Bachelor episode five starts off with a twist. The 11 remaining girls say see ya to the mansion in LA and head to Las Vegas. Land of sin and sand, Brad wastes no time wooing his women. He checks them into a fancy schmancy hotel suite and shells out the first date card to Shawntel N.
Harvard Graduate and Miss Massachusetts Loren Galler-Rabinowitz is Much More than just a pretty face
The women of ABC’s The Bachelor may be competing for a man’s heart, but the only thing Loren Galler-Rabinowitz wants to win is this year’s Miss America crown! But don’t think that the Miss Massachusetts contestant is just another pretty face. The 2010 graduate from Harvard University has a degree in English and just finished a 10-year figure skating career as a U.S. Champion ice dancer. In addition to her dreams of becoming a published poet, the Brookline, Mass.