These days we’re supposed to be more “connected” than ever, but it’s actually harder than ever to truly connect.Online dates, blind dates, and the latest in ridiculous dating apps all make it hard to see people for who they really are.As we reach our 60s, many women are finding that the careers that supported us for decades are coming to an end. On the one hand, letting go of what we have always done is scary.In addition, many of us worry about how we will support ourselves financially in the years ahead.“That gave us the ability to do big musical numbers, which of course I loved doing.” One collision of these sensibilities has resulted in full renditions of such musical numbers as “Shipoopi” from “The Music Man” performed in animated form by the character Peter Griffin after he has scored a touchdown.Toni Braxton is out of the hospital, looking great and has no problem showing off her BF Birdman.
A lot of older women are coming to the somewhat painful realization that retirement is a relative term and that it may be both desirable and necessary to look for encore work in 2014.A new social experiment provides daters with a radical dating experience where before they bare their souls they bare everything else first. You try to cross this bridge with Seth Mac Farlane, linking his affection for the crude/brilliant humor in “Family Guy” — where the highbrow canine Brian will talk of his in-progress novel and suddenly scratch at his fleas with his hind leg — and love of big-band standards. It was planted in my brain.” The man with the resonant baritone voice who was once dubbed “the creepy imitator” in a story by the New Yorker is hitting the Strip this weekend not as an imitator, but in a genuine orchestral tribute to some of his favorite music dating back more than a half-century. Friday and Saturday at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas, Mac Farlane is fronting the orchestra from “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers,” 55 members strong (tickets start at , absent fees, and can be purchased at Wynn Las and (702) 770-9966).I’ll be performing the show from the 4th of April until the 8th at 8.30pm in The Heyday Dome and you can book your tickets HERE P. In other announcements, I was also nominated for Best Performer at this years New Zealand Fringe Festival- thanks heaps NZ!Donnie Wahlberg and Nick Lachey have teamed with “Entourage’s” Doug Ellin to produce a comedy for CBS about members of a boy band who reunite 20 years later.