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You’ve hired a comedian for your corporate event. What comes next? Making sure the show is great. That happens with a couple easy steps.
You’re an event planner, and you’ve got a corporate function coming up. You’ve lined up the venue and the catering, but one big challenge remains: the entertainment. The not-so-obvious case for comedy Stand-up comedy adds a nice cherry to the top of your corporate...
There are many personality tests a person can take: The Beatles or The Rolling Stones. Cory Haim or Corey Feldman. And of course, Leno or Letterman. Brett Favre, is a Leno.
After every show, I’d be approached by people who struggled with infertility. They’d share their stories—how many years deep they were, or how many years total before they gave up, how much it cost, what it did to their marriage…
Hating on Millennials is easy. They’re currently the punching bags for older generations, which isn’t fair. I think what Baby Boomers forget is that Millennials didn’t raise themselves.
One of my best friends is a jazz musician in New York City. Years ago he told me a secret: “You know, Jennifer Lopez is so bereft of talent that she can’t sing on her own albums without help.”
I’m not sure that question is being asked anymore. At least, not by Hollywood.
My wife and I couldn’t conceive naturally. Her eggs are… scrambled. Or poached. Or something like that. I’m sketchy on the details.