Author Archive | Joanne Bamberger

Julian Lennon is 50?!

In the latest episode of “Wow, Now I REALLY Feel Old,” I learned this week that Julian Lennon — son of the late Beatle John Lennon — turned 50. To celebrate, he created a music video with one of his dad’s semi-contemporaries, Steven Tyler. Feel free to share this video around your parts of the […]

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Broad Pic of the Week: As Seen in New York City!

Who are these “broads?” We really don’t know, but they were seen in New York City last fall, and they seemed like a friendly pair! Do you have any good pics of some interesting “broads?” If so, send them to us at thebroadsidedanielle (at) gmail (dot) com and we’ll try to feature them for all […]

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“Iron Lady” Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has passed away at the age of 87. I’ve never known exactly how I should feel about Thatcher — I was pleased that England had a woman leader who wasn’t afraid of what was necessary to actually lead. But she wasn’t exactly cut from the political cloth I tend […]

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Kamala Harris & the Minefields of Political Attractiveness

It’s time to make a pact. From now on, if you are in a professional setting and you’re thinking in your head, “Now that is one attractive man/woman/person/employee/colleague/business associate, etc.” this is what you must do from this day forward – Keep. It. To. Yourself. This is especially important if you are the president of […]

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Sympathetic Rape Coverage is Nothing New

In the hours after the announcement of the Steubenville rape case verdict, the coverage has been non-stop. No big surprise in our 24/7 news culture. What should be a surprise, but sadly isn’t, is the sympathetic tone being taken by some reporters about the future of the two boys (or young men, depending on how […]

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