Book Launch — New Book/Daddy Issues, This April Folly May Bring Jolly

There are times in a young man’s life when he has to throw caution to the wind, take many deep breaths and put all of his energy into following his bliss – and that’s exactly what author and stand-up comic Allan Sidley did. Several years ago, Sidley decided to step away from corporate life and… Read More

“Promising Young Woman and Nomadland Lead 2020 Women Film Critics Circle Awards”

In celebration of the hard-working creative women who enrich the arts in general and cinema in particular, The Women Film Critics Circle (WFCC) has announced its 2020 Awards for the best movies this year by and about women – and outstanding achievements by women, who are historically left behind when it comes to being honored… Read More

Eclectic Artist Drew Mazer Finds Silver Linings in COVID-19

From the moment you meet Drew Mazer, it is crystal clear that he has an extremely creative and artistic mind and heart that translates to his many passions – which include creating music, performing body modifications, and as of late, creating unique small-batch indie toys. The New Jersey native currently resides in Austin, Texas with… Read More

Innovative Eco-Friendly Brand Sink Spinner Inspired By Family Now On Kickstarter!

Sink Spinner announces the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to help put an end to the nightmare of dirty sinks! Dirty sinks have been a source of untold stress and frustration for hundreds of years. Whether it’s toothpaste, shaving cream, whiskers, or makeup, your bathroom sink is, well… gross. That’s why Bryan Alintoff, of Middletown,… Read More

Business 101: “How Female Entrepreneurs Have Successfully Pivoted During the Pandemic”

Four empowered and resilient female entrepreneurs have found innovative and creative ways to provide services, coaching, and sage advice to new clients – proving their mettle – at a time when nearly 200,000 U.S. businesses have permanently closed due to the global health pandemic. Although many of us are concerned about our personal finances and… Read More

How Artistic Collaborators Karen Saillant and Mi-Kyoung Lee Are Changing Our World!

  One day, some 16 years ago, opera director Karen Lauria Saillant was walking by the University of the Arts and was drawn in by the riveting display windows.   She walked inside and mentioned that she was looking for help with an upcoming opera she was working on to take from Philadelphia to Italy.     Soon after, in… Read More

How Coaches and Guides Help Us Find Our ‘Silver Lining’ and Pivot Successfully During COVID-19

We all need coaches and guides when it comes to our careers, finances, personal lives, wardrobes, and images; especially during difficult times. Having just the right coach or mentor can make the difference between floundering and succeeding to meet even your most lofty goals. This is why professional athletes keep trusted coaches in their corner… Read More

How Opera And Arts Lover Karen Saillant’s Life’s Work Is Bringing Us Joy When We Need It The Most!

Every summer for the last 16 years, the picturesque town of Citta’ della Pieve, (located between Rome and Florence) has hosted Karen Lauria Saillant’s opera festival where guests were treated first-hand to beautiful world premiere Italian operas; a staggering 16 operas in 16 years. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the structure of the 17th world premiere Italian opera… Read More

Children’s Author Presents: “Ferdy The Fish: The Fish That Could Not Swim” — A Tale For Our Times!

What can we learn from a rainbow-colored fish that could not swim?  More than we could ever imagine, in Ferdy The Fish: The Fish That Could Not Swim, the charming tale with vital life lessons for both young people and adults. Written by Don Levenson, Ferdy The Fish, is the perfect story for these troubled… Read More

Dynamic Female Entrepreneurs Find the Silver Linings That Will Inspire All of Us!  

Four dynamic Philadelphia and South Jersey area female entrepreneurs have tapped into their strengths, figured out how to pivot, and are seeing some “silver linings’ during COVID-19 that can inspire each of us as we move forward.   This positive outlook comes amid reports that more than 100,000 small businesses in the nation, (or 2… Read More

Sharon Lia’s Timeless Music Inspires Us To Remember: “Every Single One Of Us Matters!”

Sharon Lia is an inspiring example of how despite major difficulties in our lives we can take our passion and come out even stronger on the other side. Lia’s latest work, The Sum of Us is a timely new song about resilience and unity. She explains that it is about “the conflict within ourselves, the… Read More

What “Council of Dads” Michael O’Neill Wants Us To Know About the Importance of Family

From the moment you meet Michael O’Neill you know two things for sure: you have seen him before in a number of television shows and movies, and you are certain that chatting with this devoted family man is going to make you feel both rich and inspired. The native of Montgomery, Alabama, he lives with… Read More

The Way Back’s Director Gavin O’Connor on Why We All Need Second Chances

The Way Back’s director Gavin O’Connor is using the game of basketball to tell an important story about overcoming insurmountable odds and coming out the other side to find redemption. The new movie from Warner Bros. is about Jack Cunningham, (Ben Affleck), a former high school basketball star whose life has unraveled and is filled… Read More

Philadelphia Broadway’s Hello Dolly! Is a Feast for the Senses

Dolly Gallagher Levi of Yonkers, New York, has a gift for matchmaking and Carolee Carmello, of New York City, has quite a gift for musical theater. Stepping on the Academy of Music stage as the lovable-yet, meddling Dolly Levi is as thrilling for the actress, who has received much acclaim for her stage work, as… Read More

‘Spies in Disguise’ Directors Say: ‘Will Smith Was Lightning in a Bottle’

An endearing animated spy movie is the perfect Christmas treat. Especially Spies in Disguise, a family-friendly comedy with a stellar cast led by Will Smith as super-spy Lance Sterling, a debonair operative who prefers to work alone. Scientist Walter Beckett (Spider-man’s Tom Holland) is Walter’s exact opposite, a guy who lacks in social skills, but… Read More