The Sex and the City revival was just announced on January 10. I’m very excited about this, especially with my alter ego being named Bearie Bradshaw, however there are certain things that need to happen in order for it to be a success and a fabulous conclusion to a 20+ year phenomenon. [Read more…] about 6 Things That Need to Happen on The ‘Sex and the City’ Revival
Top Chef has arguably been the biggest (and some might say greatest) culinary competition television program to ever exist. What once was a show that featured a mixture of home cooks, professional chefs and culinary students has now become a force to be reckoned with by including James Beard winners and many others at the top of their food game who all vie for the $100,000 grand prize. Some seasons of the Emmy-winning show did much better than others and stand out in our heads all this time later as ones that we want to watch again while others we wish never existed. [Read more…] about ‘Top Chef’ Seasons Ranked From Worst to Best: Don’t Pack Your Knives Just Yet
Dylan’s Candy Bar, one of the sweetest and most amazing candy spots in Manhattan, is celebrating Spongebob SquarePants‘ 20th anniversary by releasing a limited collection of products and a super special surprise that takes place on Saturday, June 15. [Read more…] about It’s Spongebob SquarePants Mania at Dylan’s Candy Bar
I consider myself to be someone who has been very lucky when it comes to the career I’ve had in journalism. There have been moments to me that have stuck out more than the rest, one of which being my amazing afternoon with television icon Susan Lucci at The Plaza back in January. I normally don’t write about my experiences with celebrities, as the fanboy aspect can come off looking very cheesy, however my time is something that will remain in my heart and mind for the rest of my life. [Read more…] about My Afternoon with Susan Lucci at The Plaza: Something I’ll Never Forget
Manhattan will be abuzz this weekend with people rooting for either The New England Patriots or The Los Angeles Rams as the two teams will go head to head during Super Bowl 53 on Sunday, February 3. What NYC hotspots will be the best of the best when it comes to experiencing all you can during one of the biggest sports events of the year? [Read more…] about Touchdown! Where to Go for Super Bowl 53 This Weekend
American Housewife happens to be one of the funniest sitcoms on television right now, and Daniel DiMaggio only enhances just how hilarious this show can be. [Read more…] about MD Exclusive with ‘American Housewife’ Star Daniel DiMaggio!
One of the most star-studded festivals to hit Manhattan this summer will no double be Vulture Festival NY, which is taking place this weekend on the 19th and the 20th. If you aren’t in the mood to watch the royal wedding taking place across the pond, then you are definitely going to want to attend at least one of these events that feature some A-list celebs including Wendy Williams, Jim Parsons, Claire Danes and more. [Read more…] about Vulture Festival NY is Back! See The Official Lineup Here
Although it’s a tough debate between NYC, Atlanta and Orange County… The Big Apple wins it in my heart out as my favorite out of all The Real Housewives franchises.
This year’s annual Point Honors Gala – sponsored by Point Foundation, the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organazation for LGBTQ students – was certainly a joyous celebration, despite the heavy air of paranoia that has been gripping the community. Speaker Jorge Valencia even started his presentation by saying, “We are living in a country where we’re told that facts are fake. And if you don’t like the reality you’re living in, all you have to do is choose an alternate one.” Still, the performers all presented confidently, and stressed the accomplishments of people under the Point Foundation banner. [Read more…] about Annual Point Honors Gala Celebrates LGBTQ Culture in Uncertain Times
Escape to Margaritaville, the new Broadway musical featuring the music of Jimmy Buffett, might not be this season’s darling for critics. But critics be damned! While most shows currently on the boards reflect a somber tone, audiences have fully embraced this frothy show about sun, love, and relaxation. [Read more…] about Greg Garcia and Mike O’Malley: From Sitcoms to Shakers of Salt