The Breakfast Club talks to iconic TV host Monty Hall of Let’s Make a Deal.
PHILADELPHIA, PA For Katie Lee, cooking wasn’t just a hobby growing up – it was a way of life. Raised in West Virginia, each evening centered around the dinner menu. Eager to get involved, Katie began […]
PHILADELPHIA, PA You may remember Tom Papa on NBC’s “The Marriage Ref” but next month you can catch him alongside Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in the HBO film, Behind the Candelabra, directed by Steven […]
PHILADELPHIA, PA Reality show, Survivor, is in its twenty-sixth season and host Jeff Probst is still surviving after all these years. This season it’s fans vs. favorites with lots of action that is sure to […]
PHILADELPHIA, Pa America’s health and wellness guru Jillian Michaels has launched her first ever “Maximize Your Life” this month. The tour kicked off April 4th in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the and touches down in 35 cities, […]
St Elsewhere star Ed Begley Jr. may be America’s Greenest celebrity. Turning up at Hollywood events on his bicycle, Ed has been considered an environmental leader in the Hollywood community for many years.
Daphne Oz is a co-host of ABC Daytime’s upcoming lifestyle series “The Chew,”. Just like her famous dad Dr Oz, Daphne is an author. In her latest book, “Relish”, Daphne offers simple, practical, and personal advice to help you live a better life right now.
This week former Doors’ Drummer John Densmore released the follow-up book to his New York Times’ bestseller “Riders On The Storm”. His new book “The Doors: Unhinged” takes a look at his legal struggles with his surviving band mates.
Eva Longoria is best known for playing Gabrielle Solis on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” for eight seasons, now the Golden Globe-nominated, Screen Actors Guild Award-winning, and ALMA Award-winning actress, producer, businesswoman, and philanthropist, is the executive producer for the NBC reality show “Ready for Love”.
In his 55th year as a performer, Paul Anka is a national treasure (notwithstanding he was born in Ottawa) who quickly separated himself from the pack of teen idols that surfaced in the mid-to-late 1950s.