Johnny Galecki, who gained fame in the sitcom Roseanne and later The Big Bang theory, publicly discussed for the first time how difficult it was to witness Roseanne Barr’s fall after her racist scandal on Twitter.
Barr saw his revival of the # 1 sitcom quickly erased on ABC last year after comparing President Barack Obama’s former black adviser to Valerie Jarrett with a monkey. The tweet came in response to a fake QAnon conspiracy thread that Jarrett had helped cover the CIA’s espionage operations.
ABC’s move shocked many and questioned the future of the cast and crew.
“That first day when that horrible, horrible tweet of his came out, I was angry, and not just because it was such a ferociously bad thing to say … but I knew they were getting ready to do another year on the show and how many other people’s jobs have influenced and endangered, “said Galecki on BuzzFeed News’ Profile. “… I was worried then, because I honestly don’t know her as someone who would say such a thing.”
The show is then reborn as The Conners, with the same cast that lives in a post-Roseanne world.
Galecki, who played David Healy, the love interest of Roseanne Darlene’s daughter in the original sitcom version, said she wasn’t sure Barr had changed over time, “but I know when I got to know her well, such a comment it’s not something he would tolerate. “
“I’m still really shocked,” he added. “… It’s a very strange feeling when you’re pissed at the same person you worry about.”
Galecki, 44, also spoke at length about his time on the CBS charts, honey The Big Bang theory, which ends its run this week after 12 years.
Trump supporter and macadamia nut grower dip their toes into the standing world with some theatrical dates in the Midwest
Comedian and controversial personality Roseanne Barr says that one year after a very public layoff from ABC, she has a “very good life”.
The comic explains that now as a six-year-old grandmother with no sitcom to lead, she has returned to the roots of her “domestic goddess”.
“I love doing those things you do when you’re a housewife. I love sewing, cooking and planting, and I also like writing jokes,” he said of his life in Hawaii, where he has a macadamia nut farm. “This is my life. It is a very beautiful life.”
Barr, who supposedly last performed in Detroit decades ago as a warm-up show for Julio Iglesias, takes to the stage on Sunday at the Fox Theater. His show here is part of a short spell that includes Fort Wayne, Indiana Saturday. Earlier this month he attracted around 1,000 fans to a show in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, where he reportedly gained a standing ovation.
During his ten-year career, he has been pushing the button from one end of the political spectrum to the other, although he now says he is politically “in the middle”.
He first made the waves by being a realistic maternal figure in a national sitcom. The “Roseanne” show – which made Barr a huge and well-paid star at the time – exposed working-class problems, racism, sexism, gay characters and other things that weren’t normal fodder for prime time.
When the Emmy-winning show, which took place between 1988-1997, restarted in 2018, she paused her planned stand-up tour to return to the fictional Midwestern city of Lanford as a Connor family matriarch, who had a whole new generation of grandchildren and modern problems.
Barr’s involvement in the reboot ended quickly with a tweet, however, in May 2018. Many called her for a racist remark against Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to former President Obama. Barr later stated that the tweet was a joke and also defended himself saying that she hadn’t noticed that Jarrett was black.
ABC fired Barr and later “Roseanne” was redesigned as “The Connors”, with Barr’s character killed.
So now, as long as the clubs are willing to book it, it can return to the comedy on its feet without holding anything back, except maybe the low ticket sales. There are many seats still available for his Sunday night show in Detroit.
“I have swept the dust away and am ready to continue,” he said. “I have good jokes that make fun of everyone and, you know, jokes I made on the show. Regular and real jokes about everyday things.”
Since it is not tied to a network, it can make fun of anyone it wants, and this includes itself. Nothing is forbidden to the outspoken advocate of marijuana legalization and President Trump.
“I am no longer in Hollywood, I will no longer keep people’s secrets, so I will say everything I know – who is gay, who is transsexual, who is a devil worshiper … things like that,” she said while saving the name for his act. “But obviously it’s so ridiculous.”
Among his fireproof tweets and support for Trump, one can imagine that Barr didn’t have any famous friends, but that’s not the case. He recently surprised the audience at an Andrew Dice Clay show in Las Vegas. He said his audience “showed me a lot of love”.
“He has been a friend for years,” said Del Diceman, who recently starred as the father of Lady Gags in “A Star is Born.” “I love it. He is a good friend. Good father. Good person.”
He also lists the comics Norm Macdonald and Mo’Nique among his famous friends, and says he may appear unexpectedly in one of Mo’Nique’s upcoming shows.
Barr, who likes to shop and visit restaurants while traveling on tour, says she likes to be on stage because she keeps her on alert.
“I’ve been on my feet for a while but I love to come back,” he said. “I like live audiences. You never know what’s going to happen.”
In addition to appearing in friends’ shows, he also has an eye on the next generation of comics that are sweating him on the Los Angeles club scene.
“There are a lot of new comics coming up and they’re just awesome,” he said. “A republican president, for some reason, makes the comedy really strong and good again and that’s happening in Los Angeles.”
This goes both ways, though. When asked what she thought of the vast field of democratic presidential hopes, she called them “hilarious”.
“You make good jokes.” she said.
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For six years, millions of people have tuned in to the TV show Sex and the City to find out what Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda were doing. The show ran for a total of 94 episodes, and fans would have said it wasn’t just addicting, it was also their guilty pleasure. In fact, people can’t get enough of the show and the cast has become one of the most talked about groups of actors of all time.
The show didn’t stop after the small screen: its popularity led to two films, both of which were big hits. The main characters were soon household names, with fans from all over the world confronting the four women, copying their styles and holding viewing parties whenever the show aired.
Who are the main cast members of “Sex and the City”?
In case there was someone who didn’t know, the stars of the show were Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie, Kim Cattrall as Samantha, Kristin Davis as Charlotte and Cynthia Nixon as Miranda. The show, which was based in New York City, addressed many issues that young women could refer to. The show addressed these problems from the perspective of all four main characters, adding to the appeal of what it could offer millions of fans.
Was “Sex and the City” a feminist show?
Cast member Cynthia Nixon seems to think so. The show dealt with issues that women would face and practically stereotyped the life of the group of upper-class people in their 30s and 40s. It seems to portray the idea that everyone can connect to this type of personality and to the rarely explored life outside their world and Manhattan in general.
Is “Sex and the City” credible?
This is a matter of opinion. While the show was definitely fun, it may or may not have been completely credible. The main characters are dressed in high-end clothes, with perfect hair and makeup practically always, something that would be rare for anyone in today’s world. Mr. Big was a character who helped make the show what it is, with Carrie documenting the ups and downs of their relationship, which is definitely something many people can relate to. In addition, the four main cast members were extremely superficial and self-centered, something that many people don’t really appreciate, although it certainly made television good.
Was “Sex and the City” different?
Absolutely not. Cynthia Nixon again expressed her opinion on the matter, stating that the show was no different. He said that if the show had been filmed currently, there would definitely not be an all-white cast as it was when it all started 20 years ago. Although Nixon was one of the main cast members and could attribute her fame to her role as Miranda, she was somewhat critical of the show which is responsible for her fame and success as an actress.
What else did Cynthia Nixon have to say?
Nixon hears it Sex and the City she didn’t promote diversity and feminism, both of which are important to her as a politician. He seems to have a very strong opinion on this, and it is possible that he feels that if the show were shot in current times, it would not be nearly as successful. Sex and the City it certainly didn’t give viewers a realistic look of what life is like for most people – it focused only on those who had big bank accounts and protected lives, not on what most people face in their daily routines . Although there are many people who probably agree with what Cynthia had to say, most would admit it Sex and the City has been and will always be the favorite.
Roseanne Barr talks about the comedy, its Jewish roots and more with JN before the show “Alive and Kicking” on May 19 at Fox.
By Sara Eaker
Photography by FMHT Studios
Roseanne Barr is a lot of things: a comic book, the driving force, the creator and actor of one of the 20 best TV shows for nine consecutive seasons, Roseanne, a mother, a grandmother, a Golden Globe and Emmy winner – and always controversial. Last year, she was removed from her show for a tweet she considered racist.
The original “domestic goddess” brings her live standup tour, “Alive and Kicking”, to Detroit on Sunday May 19, at the Fox Theater, and says she is ready to make America laugh again.
This reporter had a pre-Easter telephone interview with Barr from her macadamia farm on Hawaii’s Big Island.
RB: Hi, I’m Roseanne.He may withdraw his dry cleaning. It is nasal. He is not impressed and is legendary.
JN: Hi, Ms. Barr, how are you?
RB: I’m fine.
JN: Are you preparing for Pesach? I just made my crack matzah, so I’m ready to go.
RB: Is that the one with the chocolate candy? Sure, I’ve heard of it, are you kidding me? It’s so good.
JN: It’s so good. I don’t know if he will arrive at the Seder table tomorrow evening.
RB: It’s the pre-seder seder. I think God would approve of it. I will go there. Laughing.
RB: I can’t wait to come to Detroit.
JN: We can’t wait to have you. Tell me a little about your show and why we have to see it.
RB: Well, because it’s fun. There is really good writing and good lines that I want people to listen to. I still feel like I have things to say and so I keep saying it, and it’s fun. I love to stand. This really is what I am. It’s nice to be able to do it again. It is a great art form.
JN: When was the last time you did the standup?
RB: I was doing a Canadian tour while I was doing the Roseanne promotion, just over a year has passed.
JN: Do you test the material in smaller places before going on tour?
RB: No. I have a great 90 minute concert. I’ve been working on it for several years, and in the end it’s really cool. I love it.
JN: Do you prefer that type of connection with your audience over TV?
RB: Oh yes, it’s right from the top of your head. There is always the element of surprise, and it’s fun to see people laughing.
JN: What do you find funny lately? Who are your inspirations in the world of comedy? Have you always known that you could make people laugh?
RB: There is nothing I don’t find fun. These are hilarious times in which we live. It’s a laugh a minute. Here comes his famous belly laugh, which spreads what we’ve all heard in the opening credits every night from 1988 to 1997. It’s contagious.
RB: it’s upside down and backwards in every way. We have to laugh. A lot. This political climate has sparked many comics to go out and start doing their thing; and you know it’s great to have a republican president – i just think they’re more fun. There is more material. When we have a Democrat, nobody laughs at anything. It is good to laugh. That’s why I voted for Trump.
JN: It is like President Obama. He is a gentleman, takes care of people and the planet and loves his wife very much. I can understand that. There isn’t much material there.
RB: The truth is fun. Just seeing the look on people’s faces when he realizes that they have been tricked is so much fun. Laughing helps you swallow a lot of shame.
JN: Yes, my Baba (Yiddish for grandma) always said, “If we don’t laugh, we will cry.”
RB: Right. There is so much to laugh about and Obama is hilarious right now. I have a big Obama joke. It’s a show.
JN: Do you want to share it with us?
RB: Oh, hell no!
JN: OK, we’ll let it be a cliffhanger.
RB: Let it be the trailer. I went on a tour with my show and initially people were crazy and didn’t laugh, then I kept doing it and then they laughed and then they really laughed and then roared for things they thought were not supposed to laugh – and that’s the job of the comic, and it’s a good time to do it.
JN: You relate to other comics such as Kathy Griffin, who has been “blacklisted” in Hollywood, and how your situation is comparable to men like Alec Baldwin who get a ride with homophobic insults and public fists fighting, but continues to be praised and does not? has this affected your work? Do you want to talk about it?
RB: Well, not really. he [Alec] a Nazi called me and this is offensive to me as a Jew, and the Jews and I can’t go back to that, I’m sorry. Especially the conservative Jewish comics, we have been dismantled everywhere and it must be said. Everything. People support my comedy live, so I really appreciate it, and I’m happy to be able to do it and I’m happy to still be able to make people laugh, think and see their faces. It’s nice.
So, I’m putting my clothes together, it’s so much stress, oh my god, and if I’m going to gain weight, then you know that’s all … I want to look different than what people saw I look before. Or they saw me in the character, well, I’m always in the character … but, this time, I’m not actually in the character. In reality it will be me.
I have a fetish for clothes, I have to admit it. I went to Phyllis Diller’s house and she always loved costumes and dressed up and “acted”, as we called her, because that’s what we did when we were girls. He left me many of his costumes. I just want to choose the perfect dress for my fans, to be really blown away because I think I’m a fashion icon. I should be mentioned as a fashion icon instead of all these terrible things that are calling me … that I don’t dress well. Well, I do it. I am a Jewish woman. When I go out, I want everyone to see a real old Jewish woman, alive, with her mouth held high.
JN: You are not old!
RB: Yes, I am. I am proud of it. As Richard Pryor said, “You don’t get old like a fool.”
JN: I like it.
RB: Do you think you have enough? I need to go to the toilet.
JN: Can your bladder resist? I still have another couple of questions. How has your Jewish faith overcome you in this difficult time?
RB: Oh, that’s all for me. Every difficult moment has passed me. I had a number. Once again he brought me closer to the source and it is always fantastic.
JN: You were in Israel with your son, how was it?
RB: It was fantastic and I saw many fantastic things, I met many fantastic people, I bought many artistic objects and I ate very well. It was wonderful to be there and to be able to talk to people.
JN: You have won the Eleanor Roosevelt Freedom of Speech award.
RB: Yes, yes.
JN: Where do you think the line should be drawn or not when it comes to free speech?
RB: I think [it] I should be attracted to the truth and, you know, it really sucks me that I talked about the truth about the meaning of my Tweet and that it has just been censored. They constantly smear me and say they know better than I what I wrote, and that’s exactly how it is, sometimes anti-Semitic, it drives me crazy. But. People will hear me. They will not give up on this old Jew yet.
JN: And, on that note, it seems that, in your words, “this old Jew” should go to the bathroom.
RB: I know. It has been nice talking to you.
JN: Likewise! Thank you.
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Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award winner Cynthia Nixon (and former nominee for New York governor), spoke with Us Weekly about her transgender son, Seph, 22, at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 29. Nixon was at the festival for the world premiere of his project Stray dolls when asked about Samuel Joseph Mozes (Seph’s full name).
“I’m very proud of him. It’s one of those things. It seemed really strange to use the other pronoun in public, but people didn’t know it yet,” the first Sex and the City the actor told Us Weekly at the premiere. “He was good at it, and it was really cool when we announced it. There were some general support voices, but in general it wasn’t a big deal … I was a little shocked by what wasn’t an event, which is what we got in such a short time. “
Nixon praised Seph on Instagram last year when he graduated from the University of Chicago in June 2018. The day, June 22nd, coincided with the 14th Annual Trans Action Day:
In that post, Nixon wrote: “I am so proud of my son Samuel Joseph Mozes (called Seph) that he graduated this month. I greet him and all the others who scored #TransDayofAction today. #TDOA.”
Nixon has always been an outspoken supporter of LGBTQ + – see the excellent photo below of Nixon with Buffalo’s Queen City Roller Girls on Pride Day. Nixon is married to Christine Marinoni, with whom he shares a son, Max, 7. Nixon also shares Seph and Charles, 16, with the former Danny Mozes.
In 2015, Nixon wrote an opinion piece on gay marriage for Variety. In it, he wrote, “Everyone has LGBT people in their family. And everyone has to make the effort to go out in any way they can.”
Nixon added in the editorial team: “If people who oppose equality realize how many people they already like, admire or even love are LGBT, the battle would be over. It is important to come out of our parents, children, work colleagues, boss – call him. “
Damn straight (word game not intended). He may not be the governor of New York, but we love Nixon – and we love his message.
For millions of people around the world, the M * A * S * H (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) theme brings back warm memories of their favorite show. In his day comedy drama climbed the heights of the TV charts.
But what viewers may not realize is that behind the comforting melody is a dark subject with an unconventional source.
The actual title of the song, composed by Johnny Mandel, is not M * A * S * H - it is “Suicide Is Painless”. It also had lyrics, and that’s where the really surprising thing comes. Because those words were written by a fifteen year old!
The cast of M * A * S * H, 1974
Michael Altman was Robert Altman’s teenage son, who directed the original M * A * S * H movie in 1970 (based on a Richard Hooker novel).
This in turn inspired the show, which was created after the big screen sequel. Before his death in 2006, Altman Sr. was considered a true nonconformist director. M * A * S * H was perfectly suited to his unusual sensitivity.
M * A * S * H site in Malibu Creek State Park. Hulk of a Dodge WC54 ambulance. Copy of the original M * A * S * H sign was installed on the site in 2008. Photo by Matt Sachtler CC BY-SA 2.0
Nowhere is this more evident than in the famous scene of the Last Supper, for which the song was written. Captain “Painless Pole” Waldowski (John Schuck) was the dentist in the ruined camp trying to put an end to everything. So his colleagues decided to organize a fake funeral in his honor.
As sung by the Private Seidman character (Ken Prymus), “Suicide Is Painless” has returned home and Waldowski has chosen life after the show. The title derives from the fact that the tortured extractor had planned to perform the act with a sleeping pill.
“One evening, Bob and I were sitting around feeling pretty torn,” Johnny Mandel told Jazzwax.com in 2008. “Bob said to me,” You know, I need a song for the film. It’s that scene from the Last Supper … It must be the stupidest song ever written. “I said to myself,” Well, I can be stupid. “
The helmsman tried to write the lyrics for the damned idiot, but said he could not think of something stupid enough. According to Mandel, Altman’s next words were perhaps the final compliment last: “All is not lost. I have a 15-year-old boy who is a total idiot.” Young Michael reportedly wrote the text in five minutes.
The cast of M * A * S * H from season 6, 1977 (clockwise from left): William Christopher, Gary Burghoff, David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, Mike Farrell, Alan Alda, Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit.
The boy had the last laugh, while Suicide Is Painless became a classic. He ranked 66th in the 100 year chart … 100 songs by AFI (American Film Institute) and was covered by several artists such as Burt Bacharach, Marilyn Manson and Manic Street Preachers.
In 1980 he passed the singles chart in the UK and was in the top 10 in 1992. Best of all Michael received over $ 1 million in royalties, decreasing his father’s $ 75,000 commission.
This must have been particularly acute because of Altman’s idea of making Suicide Is Painless the theme. Mandel was not a fan of the move.
“You have these army medical helicopters flying into a war zone with this sweet melody playing,” he said. “It seemed strange.” But Altmans’ bet paid off. The stark contrast has become a feature of the M * A * S * H versions for large and small screens, finding humor in the horror of the Korean War.
When the characters reached the TV screens, rule-breaking surgeon Hawkeye Pierce changed from Donald Sutherland to Alan Alda.
Elliott Gould has been replaced by Wayne Rogers as “Trapper” John McIntyre. The result was a huge success, although Robert Altman did not approve, thinking he had oversimplified the premise.
Bell 47G helicopter in MASH colors. Photo by Nachoman-au CC BY-SA 3.0
As mentioned in the commentary on the DVD M * A * S * H and reported by The Dallas Morning News in 2002, he believed that “it was the antithesis of what we were trying to do.
But most people don’t even know that this movie exists. If you probe the world, they would say, “Oh, that was that series with Alan Albert” or whatever his name was. “
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However, the show’s final episode was the most watched episode of television in history. Someone may have even told Altman that this type of thing brings many changes. And he can take it or leave it if he wants.
Now that AVENGERS: ENDGAME has sufficiently ended the first era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and meanwhile has broken all sorts of box office records, it’s time for Awfully Good Movies to go back in time to prevent a much more tragic than Thanos’ pop event, as we revisit the failed 1997 CBS pilot for JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA! Long before CW proved that superhero teams could work on both the small and large screens, CBS made an attempt to give the DC Comics band of super friends a live TV show, and the result failed so much that the pilot not only never made it to series, but was never aired in the United States. But thanks to the magic of bootlegs, we can find out where this JUSTICE LEAGUE TV show went wrong – and boy, where the hell do we start?
First of all, you will notice that this pilot has a conspicuous lack of the Dark Knight, the Man of Steel and the Wonderful Woman due to copyright issues – sorry, Adam West, this means there is no cameo for you . Also, it is obvious that the producers of this pilot have seen huge ratings from FRIENDS and SEINFELD, as most of this Justice League pilot is spent on the JLA farting for their apartment and making joking jokes with each other. other about their unemployment situation and romantic love lives, complete with a young David Krumholtz, in the role of a disturbing teenage stalker who has the “hits” for Fire – trust me, that the joke is no worse than those they do in the movie.
But when this show actually focuses on the Justice League that saves their city from the villains, the best villain this pilot can invent is a climate-controlling terrorist who calls himself Weatherman and is played by the legendary film villain Miguel Ferrer, and even his notable talents cannot add any emotion to this complete adventure of a superhero adventure. And when you add the guy who played Major Winchester in M * A * S * H made up in a terrible way like Martian Manhunter, you end up with a JUSTICE LEAGUE film that will give you a new appreciation for Zack Snyder / Joss Film by Whedon. As long as the Snyder Cut does not contain scenes from the Atom that makes the limbo under a security laser, then I am definitely fine in releasing it.
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Welcome to your daily Netflix news update. It’s a quieter day, especially compared to yesterday when we saw the addition of over 60 new titles. In total, 5 new titles have been added today. Here are the highlights and the full list.
Again, make sure you don’t miss any of yesterday’s additions as there were a lot of huge movie releases. Tomorrow is Friday, which means that Netflix will release a lot of new originals.
John Carter (2012)
Kind: Action, adventure, science fiction Director: Andrew Stanton Cast: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Samantha Morton, Willem Dafoe Duration: 132 min
You might expect old Disney movies to stop coming to Netflix given the next streaming service, but this has not yet been proven. Today, the 2012 live action film John Carter joins Netflix for the first time.
The film was greeted with a mixed reaction when it first came out as it tells the story of a civil war veteran who lands on an alien planet and becomes a prisoner.
American experience: the circus (special)
Kind: Documentary, Biography, History Cast: David McCullough, David Ogden Stiers, Michael Murphy, Oliver Platt Duration: 60 min
The PBS American Experience documentary series has been running since 1988 and Netflix is getting single episodes with six residents now on Netflix.
This episode takes us to the circus and documents the height and fall of the American tradition.
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American experience: the circus (special)
Hamza’s Suitcase (2011)
John Carter (2012)
Kill Hitler! The Luck of the Devil (Tuez Hitler) (2015)
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Cynthia Nixon is – yes, we will say it – that Miranda.
In a sincere conversation with Indiewire before the Tribecca Film Festival premiere of “Stray Dolls”, his new film on human trafficking, Nixon presented a thesis in pop culture.
Seemingly out of trouble, Nixon claimed that the failures of the HBO hit hit “Sex and the City” in showing any type of authorized femininity other than the white, rich and thin, essentialized the failures of the feminist movement of that era in general.
Well nice, this lady should run to the office or something.
“Well, I sure think we weren’t all white, God forbid,” Nixon said instantly, when asked the superficial question what the SATC would look like today. Pressing for “Stray Dolls” is the first time that Nixon has sat down for interviews since he ran and lost the New York State government election to Andrew Cuomo last year, and his public language training is clearly reversed .
In her beloved role in “Sex and the City”, Nixon played the brilliant and brilliant lawyer Miranda Hobbes, whose longtime partner, Steve, is a bartender. “One of the most difficult things for me – it was even then – is looking back and seeing how focused it was on money, right?” he said to Indiewire. “And how, Steve, mine [character’s] husband, he was like closest to a working class boy, you know? It doesn’t matter a woman of the working class, does it? Not to mention the fact that super-wealthy Miranda Hobbes can also fight for full-time childcare in New York City.
He continued, “Besides, I think we wouldn’t all look like this,” he said. “In similar terms, the factor of perfection. In terms of the always so incredible appearance. And I know it’s the fantasy element, and in terms of the show it was important. But I think there are many ways people can be visually irresistible without looking – quoting quotes – perfect. “
Bless. That’s how you carefully criticize pop culture, folks! Not to mention the work of other people’s lives, including Jewish show creator Darren Star and many artists and creators like Nixon, who still attribute “Sex and the City” to one of their biggest projects.
And don’t worry: Miranda hasn’t always been perfect:
Jenny Singer is the deputy function / life director for Forward. You can reach her at Singer@forward.com or on Twitter @jeanvaljenny