Then Trump's sad sack flack Sean Spicer said that the wall will be paid for by Mexico after all, in the form of a 20 percent
Carolina, the Cake and Me -- How Willie Brown, Denise Hale, Susan Gutfreund and San Francisco Society Witnessed a TV Host Take a Dress for it's Star Turn at Her Sunset Wedding
Sometimes--it's love at first sight. Even with a dress. And when you add a cake--well, anything can happen. Of course, you could say fate brought us together--the gown and me.
Each year, the San Francisco International Film Festival turns the city into Hollywood North, screening 150 indie and big-budget films, heralding 150 big-name and up-and coming actors, directors, and producers, and rolling out the red carpet for interviews and events.
Considering Henry Waxman: Despite Drawbacks, the Congressman and the Scene He Helped Create Had Massive Accomplishments
Henry Waxman's decision to retire from Congress after 40 years service there marks the end of one of the great congressional careers, and the last of the "Watergate class" in the U.S. House of Representatives.
At the least, Brown clearly wants to influence the politics of 2016, which prompts this discussion of his first three presidential campaigns, each of which was telling and intriguing in its own ways.
This week's playlist includes music by Kitty Wells, Jack Parnell, Herb Ellis, Buster Brown, Tori Amos, and more.
Kathleen Brown was on her third campaign manager, and things weren't going well. She had begun as the toast of the East Coast-based national media, with a big lead in the polls over incumbent California Republican Governor Pete Wilson.
But it is the 2016 national scene on which Brown is most forthright, declaring that Hillary's a shoo-in to win if she runs
If approved, signs advertising the newly rechristened bridge will be posted along the span as soon as enough private funds
Eastwood is a very familiar character here in California. I've met him, can't say I know him, but certainly know friends of his. This episode surprised me on a few levels.