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Catal Restaurant and Evans Brewing Co. Celebrate Summer with a 5-Course Dinner, June 29th

June 8, 2017

Craft beer lovers, this event is for you.  If you’re a fan of exquisite cuisine and craft beer, Catal Restaurant in Downtown Disney has a dinner event you don’t want to miss.   On June 29th, experience one of Orange County California’s oldest microbrewery, Evans Brewing Co craft beers, which will be paired with an exclusive menu prepared by Catal Restaurant Chef. Evans Brewing Co, was founded as Orange County Brewing Company, the first beers were poured in February 1995. With management changes,…

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Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins Empowers Young Girls with Wonder Woman Movie

June 2, 2017

I was invited/hosted by Warner Bros. Pictures to preview the movie and interview the cast, all opinions are my own. Growing up as a young girl in the 80’s there weren’t too many female superheroes to look up to, except maybe a few, like Wonder Woman, She-Ra and Gem.  (Remember them?  If you don’t know who they are, Google them! You’re missing out.)  My sister and I would rein-act so many scenes from the cartoons we watched and we believed…

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An Interview with Amy Schumer & Goldie Hawn on the New ‘Snatched’ Movie

May 9, 2017

I was invited/hosted by 20th Century Fox to preview the movie and interview the cast, all opinions are my own. Snatched is a comedy coming out this mother’s day featuring Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer with fun characters, big laughs, and an even bigger heart.  The film is a tale of Emily Middleton, played by Amy Schumer, a social media privy twenty-something with a below average work ethic but an optimist’s’ outlook on life and people.  Goldie Hawn plays her…

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Grab Your Dancing Shoes – The House of Blues in Anaheim is Back!

March 7, 2017

Grab your leather jacket, put on that spiffy shirt, and give your cool shades that foggy breath polish because the House of Blues in Anaheim is back! The highly anticipated and very much missed venue is now open at its  killer new place at the Anaheim Garden-Walk center. I had the special opportunity treat of checking it out myself at the exclusive preview party hosted by The Blues Brothers with lots of entertainment and live performances happening simultaneously. Immediately you…

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Win a Five Course Robert Mondavi Wine Dinner at Catal Restaurant, Feb. 21st

February 15, 2017

Food and wine lovers, this opportunity is for you.  If you’re a fan of exquisite cuisine and fine wine, Catal Restaurant in Downtown Disney has a dinner event you don’t want to miss.   50 years ago, Robert Mondavi’s vision was to make Napa Valley wines stand amongst the greatest of the world. For one night only, you’ll be able to experience exclusive tastings of some of his most celebrated wines that are unavailable for purchase to the public. On February 21st,…

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Toyota Celebrates the Love Owners Have for their Cars with the ‘Book of Names’

February 7, 2017

Do you have a special name for your car? Toyota wants to make your car’s name official by celebrating your loyalty and sharing the love you have for your car. My Toyota Story Growing up, my dad always owned a Toyota.  For years he owned that stick-shift truck.  I remember he would work on his truck every Sunday, rain or shine.  It was his baby and he took really good care of it.  In fact, he taught me how to drive in…

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7 Delicious Things You Must Eat at Disneyland

February 1, 2017

Disneyland has always held a special place in my heart.  As a born and raised Southern Californian, Disneyland was only a thirty minute drive from my house.  I was lucky enough to have my aunt who worked there and was willing to save a sign-in to the parks for my parents and I every year for my birthday.  In my sophomore year of high school, my dad gave me an annual passport so I could go to the parks so…

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