Archive for the “Entertainment” category

Trick or Treat? Not like I Remember

by mitzimsa on October 30, 2017

Trick or Treat Smell My Feet! With the fall holiday season drawing near it’s time for all the ghost and goblins to come to your door screaming TRICK OR TREAT!!  This also brings to mind how the tradition is nothing (…)

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LA Football: Sweet Spot for a Caregiver

by mitzimsa on September 25, 2017

FOOTBALL SEASON LA’S TOP FOOTBALL TEAM? Football season is in full effect, here in Los Angeles we’ve gone from no team at all to two professional teams. While many were hoping that the Raiders would be back to claim the throne the (…)

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Return of the Empire, Let Them Roar!

by mitzimsa on March 30, 2016

EMPIRE SEASON 2 SECOND HALF TONIGHT EMPIRE:  Ya’ll ready for this… Well the wait is over and tonight we will dive into part 2 of Season 2 of Empire!  When we were last glued to the screen, it faded to black (…)

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Imitation of Life -The Movie

by mitzimsa on February 28, 2016

Imitation of Life – African-Americans  Box Office Profit African-Americans make up 40 percent of attendance of movie goers today we are increasing the bottom line at the box office. In most instances this holds weight but as of recent events (…)

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Tybee Island Adventure

by mitzimsa on November 11, 2015

Savannah Georgia State Of Mind Over three years ago my bestie (that I’ve known since I can remember) and I decided LET’S TAKE A REUNION ADVENTURE. Which would include the girls that we hung tuff with over the years! Well the first (…)

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Compton: Not A CNN News Clip

by mitzimsa on August 14, 2015

I can’t say I’m Straight Outta Compton but, Compton I am, I am Compton I have mixed feelings about the highly anticipated movie NWA Straight Outta Compton.  Right up front let me say this….The story needed to be told and (…)

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Pride Time – LGBT Celebration!

by mitzimsa on June 16, 2015

Southern California PRIDE Pride has come to symbolize several things: the long history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender dignity, the freedom of all people to meaningfully and proudly express their sexual and gender identities, and the commitment of LGBT people to (…)

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New Orleans Cafe du Monde

by mitzimsa on June 5, 2015

Oh How Sweet It Is!! Talk about a sweet dream…one of the ultimate experiences of New Orleans; Cafe du Monde. Street Music, Chicory Coffee and the light airy pillow of wonderfulness the Beignet.  Brought to Louisiana in the 18th Century (…)

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New Orleans Wine and Food Experience & Barefoot, A Perfect Pair

by mitzimsa on June 3, 2015

 SAVOR NEW ORLEANS FLAVOR I was honored to receive an invite to the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience -Saturday Grand Tasting by Barefoot Wine!  The event took place under the big top of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.  The strands of carnival (…)

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Empire: Cookie Bites, Bits and Crumbles!

by mitzimsa on April 15, 2015

I Confess I’m A Cookie Monster So by now I don’t have to tell you, I’m #TeamCookie! I’ve been tracking all the cookie bites, crumbles and checking out what all the cookie monsters have to say!  Why, recently I had a (…)

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The Shops at Mission Viejo

by mitzimsa on April 14, 2015

Glamour, GQ Magazine and The Shops at Mission Viejo Present  LOOKBOOK Live LOOKBOOK Live, Glamour and GQ magazines along with The Shops at Mission Viejo are bringing the hottest trends to life with themed styled closets for him and her, (…)

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My Love For The First Lady

by mitzimsa on March 11, 2015

  I Can’t Get Enough of The First Lady! From where I stand today and over the last 5 + years when Michelle speaks we listen (as in the First Lady). We admire her poise and how she allows the (…)

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Empire: Cookie Lyon Roars

by mitzimsa on March 4, 2015

COOKIE IS EVERYTHING Cookie – Here we go! So there was quite a bit going on in this episode of Empire, Cookie was getting everybody together.  After the roll in the hay with Luscious, Cookie reminisced about the day she had to (…)

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Enter The Empire Lyons Den

by mitzimsa on February 25, 2015

It’s Wednesday and it’s time for the Sexy, Crazy, Cool, Awesome world of the Lyons Empire! Let’s see who comes out of the den roaring. Get your drinks and snacks lined up, set back and watch the #CookieMonster go to (…)

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Empire: The Lyons Den!

by mitzimsa on February 18, 2015

 EMPIRE THE HIP HOP DYNASTY! EMPIRE ALERT!!! Today’s news reads… “Fox’s Empire is Now Tied With CBS Thursday Night Football in Live +7 Adults 18-49 Ratings.” Let me tell you….don’t count out the 50 and beyond where tuning in religiously as (…)

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Monopoly Board Game – A Family Choice!

by mitzimsa on February 16, 2015

Do You Want To Play Monopoly? I can remember back in the day when I first set down to learn the game of Monopoly. Those early years of learning where not fun. You had no chance in double hockey sticks at (…)

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Valentine’s Day The Feast of Love

by mitzimsa on February 12, 2015

Go ahead indulge In The Celebration of Love! Whether you’re ready or not, if you like it or not Valentine’s Day is in your face!  Yah, I know it’s been tough walking in the mall or any store for that (…)

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GMC Denali Slayed The Storm

by mitzimsa on January 21, 2015

Sexy Red Denali Its girl’s night out! We loaded up in the GMC Acadia Denali and hit the 91 Hwy East to Pala Casino Spa & Resort. As the driver, I set back listen to the conversation going on in (…)

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Simon Del Amo Fashion Center Mall “Spread Love for the Holidays”

by mitzimsa on December 5, 2014

Simon says “Spread Love for the Holidays” Now that Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have all come and gone the holiday season is in full swing at Simon Del Amo Fashion Center Mall. Come one and all (…)

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40th Anniversary: Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein!

by mitzimsa on October 23, 2014

WOW!! It’s the 40th Anniversary of Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein! Over the last couple of weeks members of the paint department have been feverishly sketching and painting  a mural on the back side of Stage 5.  As employees whenever we see a mural project (…)

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20th Century Fox Movie Releases – October 17th

by mitzimsa on October 16, 2014

This should be a big box office weekend for 20th Century Fox, Searchlight Pictures and Regency Enterprises with the release of two well anticipated movies! Both releases will keep you well entertained…see you at the movies!  20th Century Fox, Searchlight (…)

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Tall Ship’s Festival LA 2014 & One Big Rubber Duck!!!

by mitzimsa on August 22, 2014

World’s Largest Rubber Duck Comes To LA! The waters of the world are her bath tub…Florentijn Hofman’s Rubber Duck will grace the Port of Los Angeles for its west coast debut at the Tall Ship’s Festival LA, Aug 20-24! I (…)

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Chuck E Cheese Washed Away The Play Date Blues!

by mitzimsa on August 4, 2014

                Get Out & Play! I jumped on the road and headed north of Los Angeles to San Jose for BlogHer14! After my arrival the grandkids called and said I was too far (…)

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by mitzimsa on June 24, 2014

BRICK BY BRICK GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL COMES TO LIFE   Time Lapsed Video Documenting The Creation Of The Grand Budapest Hotel   When you combine a Lego Enthusiast and fan of Wes Anderson along with over 50,000 Lego’s 20 days, (…)

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Million Dollar Arm: Disney Movie

by mitzimsa on May 14, 2014

Disney: Million Dollar Arm When you’re at the bottom of the 9th with 2 strikes against you, hold a Reality Sports Show Competition (Million Dollar Arm) to find the next MLB pitcher in India??!  May sound crazy but, that’s excitedly what (…)

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Belle The Movie

by mitzimsa on May 12, 2014

Belle This period drama takes place in the 18th Century and tells the story of a illegitimate biracial women who is an heiress of a Royal Navy Admiral. The film Belle, deals with class, dowries, engagements, female empowerment and racism.  (…)

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Ninja Detective: The Case of the Time-Capsule Bandit

by mitzimsa on April 22, 2014

Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective If you have a middle school child and they haven’t mate Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective they’re missing out! From the moment I saw the cover of this book, I knew that it would be perfect for my (…)

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Rio 2 The Movie #RioMovie

by mitzimsa on April 10, 2014

O’VIDA, OH LIFE THE AMAZON OR BUST! It’s time to take flight! Rio 2 April 11.  Since I’ve never had the pleasure to travel to Rio, I can only image the sights and sounds. When I listen to the soundtracks from (…)

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Muppets Most Wanted at the Legendary Palace of Hollywood! #MuppetsMostWanted

by mitzimsa on March 18, 2014

                As members of the Muppets Most Wanted scrolled the credits for the human star heavy cast, I wanted more of the unforgettable jokes and songs.  Throughout the movie I sang along with (…)

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman THE MOVIE

by mitzimsa on March 11, 2014

Mr. Peabody & Sherman: A Baby Boomer Classic Mr. Peabody & Sherman was fantastic and fun in that intellectual Mr. Peabody & Sherman kind of way! Go along as they take several trips through history in their time machine Wayback. The film reminded me (…)

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Shirley Temple: Cheers To You!

by mitzimsa on February 24, 2014

Shirley Temple: The Women & Her Drink: Right to this day when I’m out on the town and not partaking in sprit’s I order a Shirley Temple.  Some adjustment have been made from the original mocktail as there is a cocktail that also (…)

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Mammy Two Shoes: Cartoon Black History

by mitzimsa on February 17, 2014

YES MAM…IT’S MAYHEM Mammy Two Shoes: She’s a heavy-set middle-aged black women who puts up with Tom and Jerry’s mayhem. Mammy Two Shoes appeared in 18 episodes of the cartoon from 1935 – 1952.  The voice was forever present but all of her (…)

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Groundlings Theater: The Black Version

by mitzimsa on January 23, 2014

 GROUNDLINGS THEATER BLACK IMPROVE  Groundlings:  The Black Version is a completely improvised comedy show at the Groundlings Theater created by Groundling alum Jordan Black. The cast consist of all African American actors with regulars Jordan Black, Keegan Michael-Key, Cedric Yarbrough, Gary (…)

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