Julianne Broderick

14 Added | 4 Magazines | 2 Likes | 1 Following | 3 Followers | @jcbroderick93 | devoted to the city that never sleeps who believes in tomorrows like you read about in story books.

A Guide To Where Harry Met Sally

Because you know you want to have what they're having.<p><i>When Harry Met Sally</i> first opened in theaters nearly 25 years ago (on July 14, 1989), but the film, written by Nora Ephron and directed by Rob Reiner, has remained one of the most iconic romantic comedies ever. It's a classic tale — boy (Harry …

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Gamble on Engagement

• <b>Author:</b> Rachel Astor<p>Book 2 in the McMaster the Disaster series, complete with all new Disaster Diary entries.<p>Josie McMaster is on the move to London for a top-secret stint as a ghostwriter for a high profile celebrity. It's her dream job; she's got a beautiful place to stay in the English …

An Oregon Couple Rushed Through Their Wedding Because Of A Wildfire And The Photos Are Breathtaking

So, a wildfire starts burning around you and it's terrifying, sure. But it also makes for a hell of a wedding photo.

The 13 Greatest Iced Coffee Recipes for Summer

Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home!<p>Cool down and caffeine up with these delicious iced coffee drinks that you can make at home! Via Redbook.com

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James Franco pens short story with central character 'Lindsay Lohan'

The actor and writer has contributed to the fiction issue of Vice magazine with a short story whose central character seems to be Hollywood star Lohan<p>The latest in James Franco's ever-expanding multitude of projects is a short story for the fiction issue of Vice magazine, which features a central …

Why adults shouldn't be embarrassed to read children's books

Teen author and fully grown adult Non Pratt is a proud reader of teen and YA lit – here's why!<p>Do you think it's fine for adults to read YA lit? Share your thoughts on Twitter @GdnChildrensBks, on our Teen Facebook page or by emailing childrens.books@theguardian.com<p>I have a confession to make: I am …

Stephen Greenblatt on Shakespeare's debt to Montaigne

One wrote essays to be read in private, the younger wrote plays for the public; both turned uncertainty into art<p>When, near the end of his career, Shakespeare wrote The Tempest, the tragicomic romance that seems at least in retrospect to signal his impending retirement to Stratford, he had in his …

How To Get The Best Seat On An Airplane, According To Flight Attendants And Experts

There’s a perfect day to book your ticket and a perfect time (more or less) to get to the airport. So where’s the perfect place to sit?<p>A study from budget airline easyJet claims to pinpoint the perfect airplane seat: 7F. Their reasoning? It sells the best. But these results conflict with an earlier …

25 Men Who Have Lost The Battle Against Shopping

They came, they saw, they sat down.<p>The Instagram account "Miserable Men" perfectly captures the essence of what it's like to go shopping with guys. Hint: They are super bored.

"22 Jump Street" Is One Of The Most Self-Aware Sequels Ever Made

With winks toward its sequel status, its epic bromance, and its cops-undercover-as-kids premise, 22 Jump Street is the summer's most self-mocking movie. And it's even funnier than the first installment.<p>Filmmaking team Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have now made a movie based on a 32-page picture …

PETA Needs to STFU About Autism and Dairy

PETA’s latest stunt—an anti-milk campaign tied to autism—is backed by no science and lots of fear mongering.<p>If I were to survey my patients’ …