[Contactmusic.com] a white vest and her blonde locks swept back in a ponytail, Ali seems to attempt to usher her friends to come and pose with her. Also arriving alongside Lacey was Amy Davidson, 33, who stars in the sitcom '8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage
[New Yorker (blog)] - (Even if my colleague Amy Davidson hopes that he won't be too polite.) The format, in which both candidates will be seated and Martha Raddatz, of ABC News, will ask the questions, should help restrain his more impulsive instincts. Still, after holing
[Denver Post (blog)] - Amy Davidson in The New Yorker: Seven examples of where Obama could have fired back at Romney and didn't. Excuse me, excuse me. The Denver Post's Vince Carroll: The best thing about Jim Lehrer's inability to control the debate was it turned into “one
[The Week Magazine] - That's a mistake, says Amy Davidson at The New Yorker. Yes, Obama has a day job and Romney doesn't, but the next two debates are crucial. "Reagan lost his first debate against Walter Mondale. He got it together, and won the [next] debate and the election.
[Huffington Post] - President Obama performed so badly in the debate last night that Amy Davidson from the New Yorker was able to cite seven opportunities he missed to nail Mitt Romney. I think her most egregious example was the President's failure to swoop down on
[Riverhead LOCAL (blog)] - Amy Davidson is a resident of downtown Riverhead and co-founder of River and Roots Community Garden. She has been a backyard gardener for 15 years. When she is not in the garden she is herding seven chickens, two dogs, two cats, two kids and one
[Gothamist] - The New Yorker has plenty of other material on the debate for you to read on a lazy Saturday, including David Remnick on how Obama's friends reacted to the debate, Amy Davidson on the seven chances Obama missed, and John Cassidy on why Romney
[Vulture] - Admittedly, those routes are longer — by 50 and 170 miles, almost — and that distance might seem like a non-starter for touring musicians, who need to get to the next show as soon as possible. But exceptions are sometimes made, says Amy Davidson, a