Hollywood Is My Hood

Famous People Are Just More Interesting

About September 4, 2008

Alexandra is an aspiring entertainment journalist based in New Jersey. Her articles have been featured on iVillage.com and in the weekly publication of The Quad News, an online independent, student-run newspaper for Quinnipiac University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Journalism in May 2009.

New to the world of blogging, she created Hollywood is My Hood, an entertainment/celebrity gossip blog, as a way to bring “Breaking Hollywood News” to those who wish to dish on the lives of those who are more interesting. She believes her passion and dedication to this particular area of journalism will help her succeed in the future.

She is currently looking for a job in the entertainment industry and strives to maintain and update Hollywood is My Hood regularly. Previously, she was the Arts & Entertainment Editor of The Quad News and has worked as an entertainment intern for NBC|iVillage. She was also the former Arts & Entertainment Editor of Quinnipiac’s newspaper The Chronicle and has worked the red carpet, interviewing numerous bands & artists, for the mtvU Woodie Awards in 2006 and 2007.

She hopes to work for an entertainment magazine/website in the future. But for now, keep checking Hollywood is My Hood to learn more about your favorite celebrities!


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* tagline: “famous people are just more interesting” from almost famous
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3 Responses to “About”

  1. Jess Says:

    AHHHH i can’t believe you have your own blog!! this is awesome!!! your the only celeb gossip i trust!!
    Love,
    your lil sis = )

  2. Cody Kloock Says:

    I’m not sure if you still check up on this or not, but I really like your blog. I found it and subscribed to it about three weeks before you went in to hiatus. There is a link to your site on my site also. Keep up the good work.

  3. phillip Says:

    With all the wonderful things Miss Arthur has done in her life including the Ali Center, wouldn’t it be great to see her final interview, in HER OWN WORDS talking about her career etc.

    I love your site and I thought you might like it.

    We need to contact Merv Griffin Productions and see if entire interview will be aired.

    I’d hate for an full interview with Bea or the other ladies in the clip to go unseen.

    Cheers,
    Phillip


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