This year marks the 75th awarding of the Golden Globes, honoring the best in film and television as determined by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

It also marks the first time that I’ve attempted to predict them.

Despite having devoted considerable energies to Academy Awards previews over the past decade, I’d never undertaken to predict their earlier, often portentous peers. Sure, the Globes might not have the same gravitas as the Oscars, but they still warrant at least a little attention.

(Note: While the Golden Globes recognize television as well as film, my focus is on the cinematic side of things. So while I made picks in all categories, I only went in depth on the cinematic side of things.)

Let’s go to the Globes.

Published in Movies
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 13:26

The best (and worst) at the movies

Looking at the cinematic year in advance of awards season

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:50

Maine ladies invited to Golden Globes party

Use Me! Refill. Reuse. Repeat to have swag in the Boom Boom Room

PORTLAND A group of Maine business women headed to California to attend the Golden Globes pre-party Boom Boom Room and hand out their eco-chic swag to stars for the second time. In September of 2012, the women headed west to hand out gift bags to celebrities including Vanressa Williams, Samantha Harris, Shar Jackson and Max Ehrich. And they just went back last week for the Golden Globes and to rub elbows with more stars who love their eco-friendly approach to quality salon products.

Published in Buzz


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