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.
Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. One can’t mention one without the other. Ryan Murphy brought their legendary enmity for one another to the small screen. My profile and review of Feud: Bette and Joan was exclusively and originally written for The Lioness Den in April 2017.
Did you ever feel that life was passing you by? That your life didn’t go the way you had hoped or you hadn’t met important goals? What can you do to improve your situation? Check out this piece originally written for and posted to The Lioness’ Den in July 2017.
Curious as to what I found out about myself once I got my natal chart made? Check out this piece originally posted on The Lioness’ Den in August 2017, updated with additional content in December 2018.
Originally written for and posted on The Lioness’ Den in September 2017, this was also reposted on the American Marketing Association, Boston blog in January 2018.
What happened when Orson Welles met two perpetrators of the most infamous hoaxes of the 20th Century?
Find out in my review of this Orson Welles film exclusively and originally written for The Lioness’ Den in December 2017.
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