It is Bethenny's mission to have a forum where women feel free to have open conversation. She said the show is "what women talk about when they are out, talking about men, their marriages, their business struggles, their struggles to try to balance it all."
People seem to find reality stars more relatable. Hollywood actors are in a cut-off fantasy world, where as reality stars are just living life like everyone else -- or so it seems...
It's that time again. Summer is upon us and with it comes reruns of your favorite television shows and crappy summer series that will be canceled mid-way into June.
When I saw that the Skinnygirl mogul and reality star had filed for divorce, I couldn't even bear to read the details. This one feels personal. I'm trying to come to grips with why.
As a spa consultant, I believe that the first quarter is one of the best times to conduct trainings, ramp up your image and initiate changes if you want to see a difference in your spa for the balance of the year and beyond.
You know what word the magazine used to describe Bethenny? Driven. And they said it like it was a bad thing. Here's why I have a problem with this: Because I have a daughter. And on any given day she wants to be a wife, actor, mother, dancer, writer, doctor, rockstar, teacher.
There's increasingly a social dimension to innovation, as a new crop of visionaries is addressing global challenges using the tools of connectivity.
These are the gorgeous hotels where some of our favorite celebs celebrated their first days of wedded bliss.
For every Real Housewife selling her life story to tabloids, there are savvy businesswomen, brilliant managers and etiquette situations we might all face one day.
Somewhere in between wondering if the real-life RHNYC Thelma and Louise team of Bethenny and Jill would ever reconcile and tearing up when Padma would tell my favorite chef to pack up his knives, I fell. Hard.
This week, I'm joined by Nicole Karlis of Hollywoodlife.com to talk about the latest celebrity comings and goings! I've got all the scoop on American Idol winner Phillip Phillips and the truth on Bethenny Frankel's rumored divorce.
Though Bethenny's hysterical outbursts often got the best of her, she certainly revealed a more vulnerable (but no less hilarious) side this season. Although Bethenny Ever After is ending its chapter, B will grace the small screen again in less than a month.
On this week's episode, Bravo did what every other network does when content is at a lull -- a FLASHBACK EPISODE. We'll take a look at the most memorable moments from slightly-off-present time and back in the day.
This time, she basks in the glory of her successful cocktail company, while still sticking to her roots. She understands the importance of matching ski clothes, a lipstick-lipped baby and keeping her assistants fully boozed-up at all times.
Don't get too comfortable. The most frightening moment is upon us, I fear: Julie's departure. B doesn't delve into when and where this is happening, but she does hint at it enough to keep me trembling at the inevitable breakdown that will no doubt occur.
Mexico with Bethenny, take 2! Haven't these people learned to stay away from boat rides already?