Betting on Maggie!

Maggie Betts is a native New Yorker and graduate of Princeton University. In 2011, she completed her first documentary, The Carrier, chronicling the plight of an HIV+

Don’t Overlook your feet in Colder Temperatures!

The beginning of the debate is always the same: the sock drawer in the house is almost as scary as that hall closet

Legendary Director Reflects on Shooting Classic Surfing Documentary

Born in San Francisco on December 1, 1937, the legendary Bruce Brown is best known for directing, narrating, shooting, editing and producing The Endless Summer, a groundbreaking documentary filmed on beaches all around the world on a shoestring budget back in 1966. Here, the Oscar-nominee and second inductee into the Surfing Hall of Fame.  reminisces about his career and the enduring popularity of his surfing classic, a half-century after its release.

Now is the Time for Amazon Prime

Hard to believe, but the holidays are rapidly approaching!  Now is the time to start exploring the best options and programs for online shopping

Alive and Kiersey!

One of the most respected young entertainers around, actress/musician Kiersey Clemons has quickly become known for her versatility as well as her  captivating screen presence. The in-demand actress has five films releasing over 2017 and 2018, and recently made headlines by landing the coveted female lead opposite Ezra Miller in the DC Comics adaptation, Flashpoint.

White’s Insights!   

Angela White is a film producer, talent and business affairs executive and member of the Producer’s Guild of America who specializes in creating compelling, commercial material with a distinct perspective. She is the founder of Silver Lining Entertainment, a family-owned Multimedia Entertainment Company based in Los Angeles.

Handy Homeowners: Leave This to the Pros

Being a self-reliant homeowner is a wonderful thing. It is also a far easier thing now that the Do-It-Yourself industry has grown so immensely. There are many TV shows on the air, as well as helpful videos on the Internet that give easy, concise directions on how to fix things that go wrong in the house, saving you money. However, although many DIY projects can pay off for the homeowner, there are others that occur that need to be left to the professionals. After all, there would not be professionals in these particular industries if the work could be done by simply looking at an Internet video.

Fee Fi Fo Munn, I Smell a Hit for Olivia!

  Olivia Munn “The LEGO Ninjago Movie” Interview with Kam Williams Fee Fi Fo Munn, I Smell a Hit for Olivia! Lisa Olivia Munn was born in Oklahoma City on July 3, 1980 to a mother of Chinese extraction, and to a father of English, Irish and German descent. She  spent most of her childhood […]

Home Design: Open Your Door to the Swedish Invasion

The Scandinavian people have a lot of awesome things going for them: Number 1 is the chocolate; we can all agree on that. However, when it comes to home décor, they also seem to have the new “concept” (an old concept to them) that is taking America’s interior designers by storm.

One Man’s Junk is Another Man’s Treasure

Did you ever wonder or even think about the fact that you could literally be hoarding a treasure inside your own home? Although not believed by many – people mostly assume the knickknacks they have in the attic are nothing but junk passed down – finding a jewel among the rocks does happen a great deal. When “estate sales” are listed in the local newspaper, people flock to them. Why? Because a great deal of the time, items can be found from those previous generations that the sellers have no idea what they are or what the value of the item is, allowing you to land a real treasure for under twenty dollars.

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