The Politics of Handsome

Paula Lyons (Executive Communications Coach), Joyce Kulhawik (Arts Critic & Advocate/JoycesChoices.com), Lauren Beckham Falcone (WROR), and Jan Saragoni (President, Saragoni & Co.)

Moderated by Margery Eagan (Boston Herald Columnist; Host 96.9 FM-Talk)

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Paula Lyons

Paula Lyons

Joyce Kulhawik

Joyce Kulhawik

Jan Saragoni

Jan Saragoni

Lauren Beckham Falcone

Lauren Beckham Falcone

Margery Eagan

Margery Eagan

The Politics of Handsome

Mitt Romney, Scott Brown, Senator Rob Portman, and many other self-described conservatives are the “Mad Men” of politics, evoking the age of Don Draper with retro style. In the shadow of our first African-American president, is this trend a return to a simpler age of the Cold War and domestic abundance? What sparked the trend to run these slicked-back, chiseled-jawed politicians? Two wars, the horrible economy, the need for a “Dad” in the driver’s seat to see the USA in a Chevrolet? This all-female panel of Boston personalities, Paula Lyons, Joyce Kulhawik, Lauren Beckham Falcone, Jan Saragoni, and moderator Margery Eagan will explore some voters’ need to hearken back to when kids respected adults and neighbors knew each other. These days, when our government seem to be turning back the clock on women’s issues, can style rescue us from weighty substance?

This forum is held memory of Nora Ephron, a writer of remarkable style and substance.

Thursday, October 25, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Modern Theatre, Suffolk University

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