Entertainment

Big Screen Inspiration

Posted August 19th, 2011 by Dawn Mooney in Entertainment, Movies

I’ve always loved going to the movies. As a middle schooler, getting my parents to drop my friends and me off at the theater was the best thing I could imagine for Friday night fun. My very first real date was a movie in fact, and the memory of the […]

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Celebrity Crush Ryan Gosling

Posted August 19th, 2011 by Jessica McFadden in Celeb Crush, Entertainment

This Friday night I have a date with a man not my husband. In fact, I am going to make my spouse watch our three children so I can be alone with this other dude for a full 118 minutes. I am going to slip into something comfortable and hang […]

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Celeb Crush: Kevin McKidd

Posted August 12th, 2011 by Dawn Mooney in Celeb Crush, Entertainment

Whether we publicly admit to them or not, we all have a celebrity crush or two. (Or a top five. On a laminated card.) We DC Moms are baring our celeb loving hearts for your entertainment, and maybe just maybe, we’ll find some crushing common ground. Name: Kevin McKidd Age: […]

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The Help: A Movie That Does The Book Justice

Posted August 10th, 2011 by jodifur in Entertainment

I read a lot –almost a book a week.  And there are few books I loved as much as Kathryn Stockett’s “The Help. ” I was thrilled when I was invited to see a preview of the movie Monday night.  But I was also concerned.  Would the movie ruin the […]

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Celeb Crush: Michael Fassbender

Posted August 5th, 2011 by Sandie in Celeb Crush, Entertainment, Movies

Welcome to the first of an ongoing series where we DC Moms pick a different celebrity we’re crushing on at the moment, or in some cases, forever, and pay him (or her, because we’ve all  had Girlcrushes) tribute. Without further ado, here’s our inaugural, and yes, slightly obscure pick. Name: […]

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Harry Potter, How I’ll Miss You

Posted July 21st, 2011 by Sandie in Entertainment, Movies

I remember the first time I saw a “Harry Potter” book. I was a senior in college, and my classmate, whose parents are English, had a copy of the U.K. edition of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” I looked at her and said something like: “How do you have […]

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Welcome

Posted August 2nd, 2010 by Amie Adams in Entertainment, Food, Green, Health, Living, Parenting, Politics, Tech

The DC Moms? Oh no!  Not another mommy blog! Nope.  It’s not. You can call us mommy bloggers, though I won’t be held responsible for the response you might receive. When you lump us all together as a homogeneous group with no thoughts that differentiate us, you do so at […]

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