mr. big

Despite the sexual liberation movement, despite shows like Sex and the City, despite all the progress we've made, we're still saddled with a word rooted in "prostitute" and "harlot" to describe being sexually free.
Keb' Mo': "The biggest difference on this one was our first recording of it. It was completely upside down, which I think is actually right side up. I started with the vocals. I recorded the vocals first, with nothing on it."
See more with Chris Noth, including his thoughts on another "Sex and the City" film, at HuffPost Live HERE: When Noth visited
Drama comes from having too much time, too much energy. All that energy you are focusing on your "Mr. Big," living Episode 20, Season 2 in your own mind could be used to help others who need that energy, who don't have the luxury of having excess time or a choice to walk away.
Pairing up with global healthcare company, Novo Nordisk, Noth is helping to launch a national campaign (Ask.Screen.Know) promoting
Liz Lemon is like a modern-day, less-toxic Carrie Bradshaw. She is mostly pitied by her friends and co-workers, but she has enough self-awareness to take action and go after what works for her.
You deserve your life to be as easy as you want it to be, and that couch is a really comfortable place to sit, decompress and enjoy that well-earned time.
Between the outré fashions and the conspicuous consumption and the just plain dull writing, I find it hard to imagine that anyone will find this funny or entertaining.
Don't we all know a Carrie, Samantha, Miranda or Charlotte? A bohemian writer? An uptight lawyer? Your rich friend with the Hamptons beach house? The PR girl who gets you into all the fetes?
This being Woodstock Week, it seemed a perfect time to catch-up with this artist whose music influenced many of those who appeared at the culture-changing event.
It doesn't matter to me if gasoline reaches $5.00 per gallon, which I'm sure it will shortly, movies are in my life to stay. I can't live without story.
In the SATC movie, there's a scene where Carrie cautions Charlotte's daughter not to buy into the old Cinderella fairytale. My concern is for women who buy into this new Cinderella rewrite.