It’s Jane Leeve’s birthday, everyone!!!

And to celebrate this day, we want to celebrate Jane in all the ways that make her hilarious, charming, and incredibly beautiful (inside and out).

1. That gal can MOVE IT MOVE IT.

2. She can throw shade like it’s nobody’s business.

3. Her idea of love is completely unorthdox. And creepy. But we love it!

4. She’s a cat person.

5. She’s got LEGS FOR MILES. Need we say more?

So break out the champagne and have the best birthday ever, Jane. You deserve it.

Joy’s Daily Meditations

Count on Joy’s words of hope and cheer to lift your day, every day.

1. Don’t judge others. 

2. Don’t do drugs. 

3. Honesty is the best policy. 

4. Remember, there’s always someone out there that’s doing worse than you. 

5. Give to the needy. 

6. There’s always a silver lining. 

 7. Don’t be too hard on yourself. 

8. Be content with what you have. 

9. You can learn so much from others. 

10. Live without regrets. 

11. It’s best to forgive and forget. 

See how Joy’s story ends on the series finale of Hot in Cleveland on Wednesday at 10/9c on TV Land! 

Winnebago Sponsored Project - 1977

Winnebago Industries, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles, headquartered in Forest City, Iowa, participated in its first educational project for upper division Industrial Design students at ArtCenter. Thirteen Transportation and eight Environmental Design students collaborated on the assignment. A group of advisors from Winnebago, headed by Product Planning Manager Doug Scroggs, provided students with valuable technical insight into the special problems which must be solved when designing multi-purpose recreational vehicles with an eye towards the future of 1980’s America. 

Instructors included Industrial Design department Chairman Keith Teter and Hugh Jorgenson for the Transportation Design classes, and Al Fiore for the environmental design group. Winnebago Industries made a $10,000 donation to ArtCenter which were a valuable addition to the completion funds for the auditorium.