The Real Housewives of D.C.
“She’d be amazing.”
If your New Year's resolution is to watch less TV, you can pretty much consider it broken already. The networks are pulling
Michaele Salahi has been kidnapped, her husband claims. "It is our belief as of last night, that Michaele Salahi may have
There will be very little that's real about "The Real Housewives of D.C." That, of course, is stating the obvious, especially after Thursday night's premiere. But meet J'Mia Edwards, who lives in "The Real D.C." She's 29, black and HIV-positive -- one of the faces of the city's AIDS epidemic.
When I think of my D.C. housewife/mom friends and neighbors, I do not think of some faux-Hollywood glamour. Instead, they bring to mind the description of the good wife of Proverbs 31.
Who would really say "Colin Powell lives across the street"?
My brilliant grandma watched soap operas. My witty mom read romance novels. I'm hooked on The Real Housewives Series on Bravo.
Mary Amons' Labels for Love combines fashion, art and philanthropy to raise money for the Children's National Medical Center.
Bravo announced this week that it is expanding its Real Housewives franchise to the nation's capital. Have they been here lately? What we have here won't translate into fodder for Bravo.
On Tuesday Bravo announced it is expanding its Real Housewives franchise beyond Orange County, New York, New Jersey, and