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  • She's released a cookbook called "Eva's Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends."

    The Seattle Times

  • And was it my imagination, or did the actor cast as Renee's spouse, Reggie Austin, bear a striking resemblance to Eva's NBA-star husband, Tony Parker?

    Cheers & Jeers: Desperate Sports-wives

  • The twins comforted her, holding her in their arms until Eva's devilkin returned to eat her tear-soaked bread.

    Christina Heppel

  • The next day she refused to speak to anyone, turning away from Eva's invitation to share her bread at lunch.

    Christina Heppel

  • This spring Eva's Book Addiction offered an insightful review of E. Nesbit's The Enchanted Castle, with particular attention to the Ugly-Wuglies: those creatures created out of coats and hangers and pillows and blankets and broom handles and hockey sticks and gloves to fill out the seats for the children's home theatrical performance.

    Gerald and the Ugly-Wuglies

  • One of Eva's husbands was a plastic surgeon and facelifts were on the house for Mama Jolie and her dahlinks.

    Staar: Sex and the Much Married Girl (A Salute to Zsa Zsa Gabor)

  • Merv Eva's go-to man defined his favorite frequent guest as "glamor personified."

    Staar: Sex and the Much Married Girl (A Salute to Zsa Zsa Gabor)

  • Her son John Rubinstein was starring in the play, and the party for 50 was to be in her daughter Eva's photography studio in Chelsea.

    A Royal Ragout

  • Nela tells us how she cooked up the bigos, and then "carried the whole feast down to Eva's studio in plastic pails."

    A Royal Ragout

  • The immediate view from my spare room, until I could get some geraniums happening in a window box, was of the old grey paling fence that separated my place from my daughter, Eva's.

    Excerpt: The Spare Room by Helen Garner


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