Thursday, July 15, 2004

MISS "SEX AND THE CITY"?

If you miss "Sex and the City," check out my new interview with Cindy Chupack, one of the show's writers and executive producers.

Here's a teaser, which includes my favorite sentence in the whole piece:

"Sex and the City,” the Emmy Award-winning show about four single women in New York, spoke to America. For some, it was fashion that resonated, but put me in Manolos and I’ll fall right on my Blahnik. For me, it was the writing: wise, witty, and infused with a precarious optimism about navigating the singles scene.

Gotta have more? You're in luck! This article, my latest singles column in the Jewish Week, is available here.

2 Comments:

At 2:11 PM, July 15, 2004, Blogger Julie said...

Great article! Thanks.

 
At 6:26 PM, July 15, 2004, Blogger Ari said...

Darling... your articles in The Jewish Week are absolutely my favorite part of the paper - I LOVE the way you write. Sometimes the funniest part is I'll be reading an article, really enjoying it then I get to the end and see you wrote it. Never fails. You're a terrific and incredibly engaging writer. Keep it up!!

 

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My Urban Kvetch: MISS "SEX AND THE CITY"?

Thursday, July 15, 2004

MISS "SEX AND THE CITY"?

If you miss "Sex and the City," check out my new interview with Cindy Chupack, one of the show's writers and executive producers.

Here's a teaser, which includes my favorite sentence in the whole piece:

"Sex and the City,” the Emmy Award-winning show about four single women in New York, spoke to America. For some, it was fashion that resonated, but put me in Manolos and I’ll fall right on my Blahnik. For me, it was the writing: wise, witty, and infused with a precarious optimism about navigating the singles scene.

Gotta have more? You're in luck! This article, my latest singles column in the Jewish Week, is available here.

2 Comments:

At 2:11 PM, July 15, 2004, Blogger Julie said...

Great article! Thanks.

 
At 6:26 PM, July 15, 2004, Blogger Ari said...

Darling... your articles in The Jewish Week are absolutely my favorite part of the paper - I LOVE the way you write. Sometimes the funniest part is I'll be reading an article, really enjoying it then I get to the end and see you wrote it. Never fails. You're a terrific and incredibly engaging writer. Keep it up!!

 

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