Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Craig T. Nelson Shares Set Secrets from Book Club and Incredibles 2

By Allison Kugel   From his early days on the comedy stage to playing lovable football fanatic, Hayden Fox, on the long-running television sitcom Coach and Zeek Braverman on the dramatic television series, Parenthood to countless legendary big screen roles, actor Craig T. Nelson’s career has been as versatile as it is prolific. Movie audiences… Read More Craig T. Nelson Shares Set Secrets from Book Club and Incredibles 2

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5 Tips to Help High School Students Prepare for College

When should teens start thinking about life after high school? Now! It’s never too early to have a conversation with your teen about preparing for a career and college. I started talking to Elijah and Michala about college and jobs once they started high school. It has been an ongoing conversation over the years. I… Read More 5 Tips to Help High School Students Prepare for College

Culture

#FinalThoughts: Make a Change

Hi, friends! I loved Joseph Ellick’s article on “Make a Change”. Written primarily for a college-based audience, Joseph’s thoughtful words can also be applied to other life situations. I hope you feel encouraged today with Joseph’s encouraging advice on making a change in your life! Special thanks to Joseph Ellick for sharing his article on… Read More #FinalThoughts: Make a Change

Art & Entertainment

Logan Browning Gets Candid About the Series ‘Dear White People’

By Allison Kugel     Her beauty is luminescent, her conviction fierce. It’s a potent combination and why actress Logan Browning’s portrayal of student activist Sam White in the Netflix hit series Dear White People has struck a chord with audiences. The series, based off the 2014 movie of the same name, also created by… Read More Logan Browning Gets Candid About the Series ‘Dear White People’

Art & Entertainment, Motherhood

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: Back to the Beach with Jersey Shore Reboot

By Allison Kugel     Same Jersey Shore cast (sans ex-castmate Sammi Giancola), same nickname… new outlook on life. Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi started off our conversation by letting me know that she prefers to be called Nicole. The thirty-year-old married mom of Lorenzo, 5, and Giovanna, 3, was also quick to clarify that a duality… Read More Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: Back to the Beach with Jersey Shore Reboot

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Black Panther Makes Big Statements Across the Board

By Jolie O’Rourke     Your new favorite superhero movie just got bigger! Black Panther was recently titled No. 1 highest-grossing superhero film ever. In the U.S. over the weekend, sales bumped the total domestic box-office ticket sales to $630.9 million, surpassing The Avengers with $623.4 million back in 2012. Black Panther is also currently… Read More Black Panther Makes Big Statements Across the Board

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Vivica A. Fox is Hotter Than Ever, and Disarmingly Real

By Allison Kugel   Kind, conscientious, courageous and refreshingly candid, Ms. Vivica A. Fox has proven that as Hollywood careers go, second acts are often the sweetest. The multi-hyphenate actress-director- beauty entrepreneur-author is embracing life and not looking back, except to pull from her well of wisdom for her new memoir, Every Day I’m Hustling.… Read More Vivica A. Fox is Hotter Than Ever, and Disarmingly Real

Art & Entertainment, Family Life, Feature Story

Dr. Drew Pinsky Talks Mental Health and Gun Violence in America

By Allison Kugel   Dr. Drew Pinsky’s long-running call-in show Loveline, with Adam Carolla, aired on MTV for 32 years and pioneered a pop culture adaptation of relationship and safe sex education. The show, featuring an assortment of celebrity guest hosts, served as a lifeline to multiple generations. Dr. Drew’s Teen Mom franchise, also an… Read More Dr. Drew Pinsky Talks Mental Health and Gun Violence in America

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Lecy Goranson, Tiya Sircar, and Anne Dudek: Women of Spring TV’s Lineup

By Allison Kugel   This Spring, women are ruling the medium of television. They’re portraying layered, complex characters on sitcoms that range from vintage reboots to progressive family dynamics, and the dark yet humorous things we do to succeed in the workplace. Three standouts include actress Lecy Goranson, who steps back into her role as… Read More Lecy Goranson, Tiya Sircar, and Anne Dudek: Women of Spring TV’s Lineup

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

David Arquette Takes on American Justice with Survivor’s Guide to Prison

  By Allison Kugel   The Arquette family are a band of actors, artists, provocateurs, and activists. With the image that David Arquette has crafted for himself as the family’s resident goofball, his newest film, a documentary titled, Survivor’s Guide to Prison, is a departure from the David Arquette persona people have come to know.… Read More David Arquette Takes on American Justice with Survivor’s Guide to Prison

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Chris Jericho Is EVERYWHERE! Can the WWE Legend Become an Industry?

By Allison Kugel   Listed by Sports Illustrated as one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE history, few wrestlers, or entertainers for that matter, have done more to brand their name than Chris Jericho. From the eponymous List of Jericho, a bit he made famous on the WWE stage, to his rock n’ roll persona… Read More Chris Jericho Is EVERYWHERE! Can the WWE Legend Become an Industry?

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How I Incorporate Real Places into My Novels

Experience Detroit Vintage Coffee and Tea House in My New Novel Ex-Ray If you are a reader of fiction, you may be one who enjoys entering a fantasy world where everything in the story is derived purely from the writer’s imagination. Alternatively, you might love being transported into someone else’s world and becoming a fly on… Read More How I Incorporate Real Places into My Novels