To celebrate the 16th birthday of his public relations firm O’Keeffe & Company, founder Steve O’Keeffe hired, of course, Molly Ringwald. The star of “Sixteen Candles”! Get it? Who knew she was available for corporate gigs? But there she was … Continue reading ?
Four Tet / Dead Skeletons today in NYC Snakeoil @ The Stone Redfoot @ Tammany Hall Four Tet, Koreless @ Webster Hall Dessa, Brick + Mortar @ Union Hall Molly Ringwald @ Iridium Jazz Club...
Tonight at Housing Works is a don't-miss panel (no pun intended!) of critics who are women who are all going to throw down. Elsewhere: Molly Ringwald sings some jazz and Sebastian Junger talks about his feels. --- See more posts by Choire Sicha 0 comments
Sat 25 May Eighties cult film starlet and ‘Brat Pack’ icon Molly Ringwald discusses her recent success as an established author with the release of her debut...
At the L.A. Times Festival of Books, Molly Ringwald sat down with L.A. Times staff writer Carolyn Kellogg to discuss her book of short stories, “When It Happens to You,” surprising tour encounters and the new book she’s starting.
Fancy a phone that's been styled after Molly Ringwald's prom dress? HTC has decided to celebrate mother's day by releasing a Butterfly in a lovely shade of #DDA4B4 -- but only for the Ducky Dales of Taiwan. The re-tinted handset is said...Show More Summary
The former grand marshall of L.A.’s pride march gets her jazz on with a cover of the ’80s classic, “Don’t You Forget About Me”. The Simple Minds song was made famous when it was heard over the end credits of Ringwald’s classic teen dramedy, The Breakfast Club. Talk about unexpected! The song appears on Ringwalds [...]
Some theme songs never die. And with that in mind, Molly Ringwald - who has released a novel, starred on The Secret Life of the American Teenager and come out with her first album, all in the past 12 months - has unveiled her version...Show More Summary
Los Angeles must have sensed her people were in need of a good laugh, as tonight's event lineup is chock full of funnies. Comedy shows are happening at the Westside Comedy Theater, the Ensemble Studio Theatre and NerdMelt. If you'd rather sit back and watch Molly Ringwald croon, head to Rockwell. Or catch a medley of lost film at Cinefamily. Read on for the details. [ more › ]
Congratulations, Molly Ringwald — you may yet out-Franco James Franco. Over the past 12 months, the beloved Brat Pack actress
80% of music festival attendees are sex hating nerds. -Refinery 29 Molly Ringwald’s jazz cover of “Don’t You (Forget About Me).” -The Hairpin 13 reasons why Spring fashion is okay, I guess. -Ladyish Tips to make moving in with your parents...Show More Summary
Post by Linda SharpsI'm going to say a celebrity's name, and you say the first thing that comes to mind. Ready? MOLLY RINGWALD. Sorry, everyone who said Sixteen Candles or Pretty in Pink, but The Breakfast Club was the correct answer. Show More Summary
Molly Ringwald has covered Simple Minds' Don't You (Forget About Me) for her new record of jazz standards, Except Sometimes. Great idea. Or is it? Listen and decide.
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Molly Ringwald, best known for her starring roles in several '80s-era John Hughes movies, has a new jazz music album. One of the tracks is a jazzy version of the "Breakfast Club" hit, "Don't You (Forget About Me)."
First and foremost: MOLLY RINGWALD HAS A JAZZ ALBUM. We didn't know that was happening, and we bet you didn't either! Regardless, it's actually pretty decent — she has a delicate voice that lends itself to jazz quite a bit! The most fabbest of fabby parts of this, though, is the fact that she covered one of [...]
You won't easily forget about Molly Ringwald's jazzy rendition of Simple Minds' "Don't You (Forget About Me), the song that her film The Breakfast Club helped put on the map. Ringwald... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Breakfast Club John Hughes Molly Ringwald
Molly Ringwald gave us The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Pretty in Pink, so when she releases a jazz album (Except Sometimes, out today), everyone had better listen to it. That's called respect. Also, the music is fun! And she covers "Don't You (Forget About Me)." Vulture spoke to Ringwald, ... More »
I did not know Molly Ringwald released a jazz album called "Except Sometimes" on April 5, 2013. Did you know Molly Ringwald released a jazz album called "Except Sometimes" on April 5, 2013? The entire Molly Ringwald jazz album called...Show More Summary
If the Breakfast Club were to be remade today, Emilio Estevez would be in detention for cyber bullying and Molly Ringwald would have a sexting horror story to tell.