By revealing so much, Lena Dunham becomes that much more relatable because she’s not hiding her imperfections, like most young women in Hollywood do,” pop-culture and lifestyle expert Valerie Greenberg tells the Daily News.She’s no-bulls—, she’s down to earth, and she seems like she can be your best friend.”
BY GEORGE RUSH AND JOANNA MOLLOY WITH JO PIAZZA AND CHRIS ROVZAR
MONDAY, JUNE 19TH 2006, 9:22AM
JOHN MAYER doesn’t mind working the red carpet – at least when the interrogators look like Us Weekly stringer Valerie Greenberg. “You’re gorgeous,” the Grammy winner was overheard telling the fetching blond at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Thursday. “If you asked me a question, I wouldn’t have been able to answer.
WHAT THEY DON’T TEACH YOU IN BUSINESS SCHOOL
Squeezing Nuggets of Knowledge from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NYC
Larry Chiang gets mentored by all kinds of people. He rubs elbows with cute fuzzy mascots and celebrities. Recently, he was featured at Harbus, the Harvard Business School publication. In this post, he learns from New York Fashion Week attendees. The NYFW Blogger Press Lounge. New York Fashion Week is a work conference. You can be just “happy to be here” or you can use it as a springboard. If I were not an author launching a book here at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, I’d still use NYFW for work purposes. A nugget amongst the nuggets was this: “College provides us with a backbone of knowledge. Drive and ambition cannot be taught, they have to come from within and the practice of passion and proactivity is the key ingredient to success.”-Valerie Greenberg, Entertainment Correspondent