“Women are having to do way too much. They are multi-tasking, working long hours, and they are still responsible for most of what happens with the family; they are caregivers, best friends, listeners; they are amazing, amazing people.”
Dedicated to my amazing mother-in-law, Ruby Parker, who quietly
passed away on Monday, November 28th, at the age of 86. Rest in peace,
Bethville I – A little Peek of the Painting
I am working on a new series of large paintings. I am calling them
the Bethville series. Many friends often referred to my painting style
as “Bethville”, and comment that it would be a fun place to live. This
is a little peek into one of the watercolors I did as proofs for the
larger acrylic paintings. I am going to really enjoy doing these.
Dawn Tarnofsky-Ostroff was the former President of
Entertainment of The CW Television Network. She was in charge of all
creative efforts of the network and oversees such areas as current
programming, series development, scheduling, research, marketing and
Ostroff began her career in news as a reporter for WINZ, a CBS
affiliate in Miami. She also worked in local news at WPLG and WTVJ in
Ostroff joined Lifetime Television in October 1996 as Senior Vice
President, Programming and Production. She was Executive Vice President
of Lifetime starting in 1999.
Ostroff served as President of UPN Entertainment from February 11, 2002 until 2006, when she joined The CW.
Now in its 5th season, The CW is America’s youngest skewing broadcast
network, and Dawn Ostroff was in charge of the network’s primetime
slate, which during the 2010-2011 season featured series including
The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, Life Unexpected, One Tree Hill,
America’s Next Top Model, 90210, Supernatural and Smallville, as well as
new series Nikita, starring Maggie Q, and Hellcats, starring Aly
Michalka and Ashley Tisdale.
She recently announced that she would be leaving the network in 2011.