May 21, 2013
It's a bright and early morning at the Dubrow home, with Heather getting excited and nervous about starting her first day on set. Family has always been Heather's number-one priority, but this year she is trying to balance being a mom and resuming her acting career. Tamra goes shopping for a wedding ring to get the ball moving on her wedding plans with Eddie. Former Orange County housewife Lauri Peterson joins Tamra on this important day and they catch up over a bottle of bubbly.
April 25, 2012
Last night's episode attempts to answer timeless questions: Is it possible for women to find a balance between their families and their careers? How far should loyalty go in friendship? And how come what happens in Vegas never actually stays in Vegas?!? First up, Alexis invites Gretchen over to get her opinion about her latest segment. You know -- the one we, the viewers, suffered through two weeks ago. The topic was the sexualization of children and, despite her panel of experts, Alexis dominated the discussion while showing enough cleavage to nurse a third world country.
June 2, 2011
This year's graduates from the all-girls Catholic high school on Caton Avenue in Baltimore are: Alexia Actisdano Achiri Ade Louisa Aja Melissa Alessandrini Ashlee Alexander Cherie Allen Meredith Andrews Victoria Antoine Sarah Baer Courtney Baldwin Alexandra Barlas Savannah Berry Shelby Blondell Katelyn Bokman Hannah Bory Dana Boyer Elizabeth Brinkman Alexandra Broadway...
March 13, 1993
A rap send-upMOVIES"CB4" is best thought of as a series of sketches on the general topic of rap in America. It's quite funny if you don't expect too much, as it chronicles the way in which three mild, middle-class kids (Chris Rock, Allen Payne and Deezer D) penetrate the higher reaches of fame and prosperity by pretending to be "gangsta" rappers. If you expect a story, you'll be sorely disappointed, as director Tamra Davis consistently fails to bring any part of the narrative off. But the parody is right on and very funny.
July 8, 2003
Four people were critically injured when their sport utility vehicle overturned on northbound Interstate 95 near Joppa yesterday morning, backing up traffic for more than two hours, state police said. It was unclear why the driver of the 1996 Toyota 4Runner lost control of the vehicle, which flipped over on the shoulder of the highway near Mountain Road in Harford County about 5:50 a.m., said Lt. Nick Paros, commander of the JFK Highway barracks. The driver, Evenlin Aviles, 39, of New York City, and three of the four passengers in the SUV were flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
May 9, 1993
HOLLYWOOD -- Tamra Davis has a problem. The rising 30-year-old director is about to start filming "Bad Girls," a western. "But New Mexico is booked and almost all of Arizona and a lot of Montana," she said. "It's crazy."Ms. Davis has finally found a town, outside Sacramento, to start shooting her film in June about female gunslingers in the 1860s. Ms. Davis, who directed "Gun Crazy" and "CB4," said: "Props are hard to find and so are clothes."The successes of Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" and Mr. Costner's "Dances With Wolves" have infected Hollywood with western fever.