Classic Woman-centric Movie Review: Love Affair

A classic romance with a happy ending is this week’s classic woman-centric movie pick. Love Affair, starring Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne, was released in 1939 and was directed by Leo McCarey. It has been remade twice, the first time being An Affair to Remember in 1957 and the second being Love Affair in 1994. Read More Classic Woman-centric Movie Review: Love Affair

Why Lost is the Best TV Show Ever

Recently I have been re-watching Lost from the beginning. This is unusual for me. I see something once, I like it or I don’t and that’s it. It is extremely unusual for me to re-watch a movie or reread a book. For me, Lost is an exception to every rule, which is probably why I’m currently obsessed with re-watching it from the beginning and I must say: it’s even better the second time around. This has lead me to the conclusion: Lost is the BEST TV show EVER. I mean it. If you don’t believe me, keep reading for my top five reasons on why this is for sure true. Promise I’ll try to keep it spoiler free in case you haven’t seen it (poor you). Read More Why Lost is the Best TV Show Ever

Olive Oil and Me: A Love Story

I’ve always loved olive oil. I’m half Italian; it kind of comes with the territory. I grew up used to it being in pasta sauces, drizzled on dishes, and placed in nice glass bottles on the table to be used for dipping bread. Read More Olive Oil and Me: A Love Story