It’s ironic that a photo of Clark Gable stared at me from the wall in my room at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas during the recent Women’s Foodservice Forum. The star always reminds me of my late maternal grandmother who, after working at NBC for 40 years and meeting a wide variety of celebrities, lamented that she never met the man who brought Rhett Butler to life on the big screen. GrandMimi was larger than life herself in many ways. She was ahead of her time as a lifelong career ...
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