Last week Ocean Spray cheered on Hollywood's finest with a host of A-List cocktails at the Kari Feinstein's Style Lounge for the Primetime Television Awards in Los Angeles, CA and we've got the inside scoop on how to add glitz and glam to your party plans!
Ocean Spray's cranberry cocktails stole the scene as celebs gathered to celebrate the National Television Awards at the Kari Feinstein Style Lounge in Los Angeles this weekend.
Inspire your inner diva and CELEBrate in style with specialty cocktails inspired by your favorite television genre to drink like a star! Whether you're a Dramatic Diva, enjoy a Chuckle Chaser, boast about The Biz or relish reality Scene Stealers, we've got the goods for your star studded soiree.
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They say that winning cures all team ailments. Nobody is talking about whether or not to trade the quarterback, if the defense needs to be blown up and reconstructed, or whether or not to trade Player A for Player B or draft picks. Last Sunday, the Patriots went down to New Orleans to take on the Saints, trying to wash the stink off their Week 1 debacle against the Kansas City Chiefs at home. After 3+ hours, it was safe to say that the Patriots were back on track.
Last week wasn’t what anybody expected. After being declared the heavy favorites, the Patriots lost to the Kansas City Chiefs last week. All 19-0, perfect season talk is now dead. They won’t win every game, but they’ll put the loss behind them and look ahead to the upcoming game in New Orleans against the Saints.
Led by Drew Brees, the Saints always put out a strong offense. They lost Brandin Cooks, but added Adrian Peterson in their attempts to compete with the reigning NFC champion Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South. New Orleans lost their season opener to the Minnesota Vikings last week, and will also be looking to turn their young season around in week two.
With a full ten days off between games, New England has had/will have plenty of time to prepare for Sunday. But what needs the most concentration?
The summer of 2017 has been a wild, tumultuous ride for Jimmy Williams with one more unexpected stop on the road to stardom.
Less than three weeks after defeating Issouf Kinda in the first defense of his World Boxing Council U.S. National Boxing Council (WBC USNBC) welterweight title, the reigning 147-pound champion from New Haven, Conn., returns to the ring Saturday, Sept. 16th, 2017 to defend the strap against Union City, N.J., vet Juan Rodriguez Jr. (13-4, 5 KOs) at Twin River Casino, a surprise addition to a stacked, 12-fight lineup presented by CES Boxing.
All the buzz out of the entertainment world this week has been on the new hit movie IT. Some have gone as far to say that this horror remake may have saved an otherwise dismal summer movie season. Opinions on the actual movie seemed to vary from positive to not quite what the viewer was anticipating. Much like movies everyone has an a view or a stance on clowns. In the spirit of freaky balloon blowing killers and child stars this week we present the Top Five Clowns of All Time.
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