Actress Jessica Pare, who plays in the hit-televesion series 'Mad Men', arrives at the 92Y prior to a talk, in New York, April 24, 2013. Series creator and executive producer, Matthew Weiner, actresses January Jones and Jessica Pare attended the event to talk about their careers in television around the hit drama “Mad Men” and the it's upcoming sixth season.
Monty is perfect and amazing. His interests include eating, sleeping, pooping and watching 'Mad Men.' And, as our neighbors are quickly learning, he is a coloratura
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Men" returns Sunday and of course the world awaits anxiously. Can it recapture that cultural buzz it once had in abundance? Will it still be great? Will we still care about Don and Peggy and Roger and...Questions answered -- sort of. Meanwhile, I do have a Read more »
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