Babs Costello is a home cook, mother of four, grandmother of eight, and at 73 years young she is the adopted grandmother to 2-million viewers. She shares time-tested and delicious party favorites and motherly advice on tiktok, Instagram. She is now an author. Her new book “celebrate with babs" is out now.
Philadelphia native Chris Cho is a Korean chef who's been professionally cooking for more than 10 years. As the owner of two Korean restaurants, he is used to serving more than 300 customers per day.
Called "The Most Fun Chef to Watch on TikTok" by Forbes, A Cook Named Matt (aka Matt Broussard) is inspiring millions to experiment with flavor.
Danielle Brown is one of social media's most followed vegan creators and has experienced incredible growth in a matter of months.
Theater journalist Ayanna Prescod was so moved by the Broadway play "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf" that she made an offer to help more women of color see the show. She had no idea a tweet would become a grassroots movement to save the show.
Could it be the curse of the Scottish play? Daniel Craig's return to Broadway in a new version of "Macbeth" has been temporarily halted after the actor contracted COVID-19.
A K-pop musical is headed to Broadway starring Luna.
In the Web 3.0 future, millions (perhaps billions) of personal computers around the world combine to create blockchain networks that allow us to move information — pictures, videos, stocks, bonds, titles, songs, etc. — free from the control of any central authority.
An 87-year-old singing coach died Tuesday of head injuries from being shoved to the ground on a New York City street, police said while searching for a suspect in what a top official called "an unprovoked, senseless attack."
Pamela Anderson will play Roxie Hart in Chicago from April 12-June 5 at the Ambassador Theatre
Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Espaillat is not only the youngest Bishop in the U.S., but he is the first Dominican to reach that rank as well.
The John Cort Theatre on West 47th Street will soon be known as the James Earl Jones Theatre.
On Valentine's Day, Brittney Johnson made Broadway history when she became the first Black actor to assume the role of Glinda full-time in "Wicked," shattering a racial barrier on the day of love.
One of the first songs in "The Music Man" is "(Ya Got) Trouble" and the latest Broadway revival has certainly faced its share. It was shuttered for 18 months due to the pandemic, like all shows.
Membership in Virtual Reality Church increased dramatically during the COVID shutdown. Worshippers attend using virtual reality headsets and create an avatar. Everything from scripture readings to baptisms can take place in the metaverse.
The actor playing Harry Potter has been fired from the Broadway production of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" following a complaint by a co-star.
Kathy McCormack Durst disappeared in January of 1982.
A discovery beneath layers of the glistening desert at White Sands National Park in New Mexico indicates that human beings have been in North America longer than previously thought and that they lived among mammoths.
The COVID surge in New York City is continuing to batter Broadway. More shows have canceled performances or shut down permanently.
Hugh Jackman says he tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing cold-like symptoms. As a result, Broadway's 'The Music Man' has canceled shows through Jan. 1.