I don’t know why, but the theme song to The Nanny has been stuck in my head intermittently over the past week. I tried to dislodge it by watching the whole thing on YouTube: But then I found there were foreign versions: There’s also Моя прекрасная няня, the Russian version, but it’s not embeddable. Also, … Continue reading ‘The Nanny,’ ‘La Niñera,’ ‘Die Nanny’
(George Michael’s favorite Wham! song, btw.) [Andrew] Ridgeley now lives near Wadebridge, Cornwall, United Kingdom, in a restored 15th century farm property with his partner Keren Woodward of the pop group Bananarama. The majority of his spare time is taken up by golf and he is a keen member of a local club where he … Continue reading Andrew Ridgeley, Bernard Sumner: football fans
Irv’s Burgers: 8289 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood CA 90046 (at N. Sweetzer Ave.; map); 323-650-2456 Continue reading Irv’s Burgers, Los Angeles
In late August, Domino’s invited me and a bunch of other bloggers on a tour of its corporate headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and also of a “supply chain center” outside of Ann Arbor. The supply chain center supplies regional Domino’s with dough, cheeses, condiments, and other varies supplies. Prior to this, I had no … Continue reading At the Domino’s ‘Supply Chain Center’ outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan
Night of the Weretot from Studio N8 on Vimeo. Continue reading Video: ‘Night of the Weretot’
When I worked at Martha Stewart Living magazine, staff members used to get a $20 meal allowance anytime we worked past 8 p.m. Among the places I used to order from was Afghan Kebab House. I’d get this dish called Kabuli palow. A palow is simply a pilaf; Kabuli here is obviously referencing Kabul.