has Witherspoon as Alice Kinney, the newly (if not yet legally) single 40-year-old mom to two young daughters embarking on a starting-over life in Los Angeles.
With the encouragement of her mom (Candice Bergen), Alice loans out her guest house to three young aspiring filmmakers – played by Alexander, Nat Wolff and Jon Rudnitsky – ensuring some rom-com complications, especially with the re-entry of her estranged hubby (Michael Sheen).
I pushed my political instincts into the background.
I wanted a family, career, money, the whole bit."But he soon reverted to rebellion and Buck Henry recalled him as an expert on exotic drugs.
(Mike Coppola/VF17/Getty Images for VF)) told on her show about U. Senator Cory Booker doing “anything to get out of Newark” has now led to the duo agreeing to go on a date.
Dating a high-profile celebrity, though, carries both upsides and downsides for a politician.
There's a subscription box service for just about every type of person out there: winos, foodies, cat owners, make-up devotees... Boasting the hashtag #Love Yourself, Singles Swag features a variety of products for the solo gal.
He seemed set for corporate life: "I was into the American Dream.That’s a possibility suggested by Beach Boys frontman Mike Love in his new memoir, “Good Vibrations.” According to Love’s book, excerpted in this week’s People, Day convinced her son — record producer Terry Melcher, who famously turned down Manson for a recording contract — to move out of the Benedict Canyon home where actress Sharon Tate and four others were slain by Manson’s followers on Aug. The book charts what now seems to be the inexplicable, but six-degrees kind of connection between Day, the perky blond actress and singer who was America’s top box office star in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and Manson, a sociopathic ex-con who became one of America’s most notorious serial killers.The connection was Love’s bandmate Dennis Wilson, who was friends and colleagues with Melcher."The idea that single women would need a monthly consolation gift box (full of pink stuff, no less) is so condescending," said Rachel Thomas, a managing editor at Harvard Review."The only thing I needed when I was single was someone to split dessert with me sometimes or an extra hand carrying groceries up the stairs." But perhaps the bigger problem with Singles Swag lies in its ambitiously broad targeting.