My official entry into the Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon, presented by Maddy Loves Her Classic Films!
We’re going to need a bigger boat, because here comes another blogathon I’ve entered, hosted by Taking Up Room!
My first entry into classic film blogathons will kick off with an ode to Alfred Hitchcock, hosted by Maddy Loves Her Classic Films!
Here’s your next set of famous (and infamous) Leos! They are proud to be the Bad Girls!
“I’m a Leo. We’re all very sure of ourselves.” -Dorothy Zbornak (Bea Arthur), “The Golden Girls”
Katykostakis.com is four months old! Let’s celebrate this milestone with my first chat about a topic that’s near and dear to my heart: famous (and infamous) Leos!
Is CBS’ revival of the critically acclaimed Murphy Brown worthy of the original?
September was quite bittersweet, as I officially bid adieu to the hub of my creative outlet: my blog, The Lioness’ Den. The Lioness’ Den may have only been in existence … Continue reading The Lioness’ Den (2017-2018)
As Blanche Devereaux (Rue McClanahan’s superb character on The Golden Girls) said once, “Why paint the peacock?” In this piece posted on The Lioness’ Den in January 2017, I discuss how makeup is rooted in history, my own fascination with cosmetics, and what products are in my beauty arsenal.
What makes you a badass? It’s all in the attitude. Read more in this piece exclusively and originally written for The Lioness’ Den in February 2017.
Should you keep perfume bottles on your dresser? What kind of scents do I like? How can you learn what scents complement each other? My love for fragrance is discussed in this piece posted on The Lioness’ Den in January 2017.
Posted in January 2017 on The Lioness’ Den, this piece breaks down specific issues and solutions in marketing for the culinary arts. Largely anecdotal, it demonstrates my ability and desire to advise and educate culinary proprietors.
In a 1991 episode of Designing Women, artistic merit is the subject of debate as Julia Sugarbaker (Dixie Carter) becomes a hot ticket in a local gallery. In this May 2017 piece exclusively written for The Lioness’ Den, I discuss my own views on art’s objectivity and subjectivity.