Allan Sidley Talks “Daddy Issues”, His Comedy Career, and the Importance of Laughter

Comedian Allan Sidley Father’s Day is a touching holiday for some as family dynamics aren’t always warm and fuzzy. But comedian Allan Sidley is compartmentalizing and utilizing his sorrow and comic talents to revitalize a somber story into one that will bring people joy. With his father passing away when Sidley was only 9 months… Read More

Donald Mowat Shares Exciting Stories From Behind The Camera

Donald Mowat’s Long Career in Movie Makeup Since his first Emmy win in 1992 for Mark Twain and Me, Donald Mowat has infiltrated many projects beloved by film audiences. First entering the industry in 1982 by joining the SNC Montreal Union as an assistant makeup artist, Mowat quickly gained traction for his commitment to the craft and… Read More

YouTuber Monica Catapusan Shares Her Video-Making Process

Monica Tells Viewers How She Implements her Impeccable Style Into Her Reaction Videos Based in the UK, Monica Catapusan uses her signature girly style, amiable personality, and hilarious reactions to create a community online unlike any other. Currently sitting at 47.2K subscribers Monica’s audience has only been growing as she covers more exciting shows and… Read More

Emily Gabriele Shares The Inspiring Personal Story of her Debut Album

NYC-Based Singer Emily Gabriele Shares Her Musical Story  Alt-pop singer/songwriter Emily Gabriele is gearing up for her debut album “Omega Man” premiering on May 27th 2022. She melds many influences in her music and stresses the importance of sound and lyrical rhythm in her emotionally fluid songs. After facing a deep, personal tragedy in 2019… Read More

Emmrose Talks First Ever Music Video and What it’s like Being a Young Woman in the Music Industry

Emmrose Talks About Being A Young Woman in the Music Industry Growing up in New York City, Emma T, or Emmrose as she’s musically known, understood the importance of compartmentalizing influences from the beautiful city she’s surrounded by and her own personal experiences. Now 18 and in college, Emma is continuing her musical legacy and… Read More

Rob Roth Shares His Journey Through Injuries, Covid, and Finding His Place in the Music Industry

Rob Roth Talks His Debut EP “Sink or Swim” Hailing from Long Island and now residing in New York City, pop/rock singer Rob Roth has only been in the music industry for a few years primarily focusing on more athletic endeavors. After facing multiple injuries due to basketball, Rob decided to pick up the guitar… Read More

LA Alt-Rock Band Plastic Rhino Talks Pandemic Pressures, Their New EP, and Musical Influences

Alt-rock LA-based group Plastic Rhino has had a lot of challenges over the past few years being a rising rock band in the wake of a global pandemic. Their broadened social media presence and deep-cutting lyrics reflecting the hard times our nation is facing have brought the band to new heights now reaching fans across… Read More

Mudflower Talks New EP, Covid Difficulties, and Inspiration for Their Blues/Grunge sound

Blues/Grunge Band Mudflower Discusses The Artistic Process and The Making of Their New EP Chicago-based blues/rock band Mudflower is gearing up to release their new EP “Flore” early this year. Hailing from a city heavily undulated with rock, grunge, and punk music since the punk rock revolution in the 70s and 80s the three band… Read More

Those Who Walk Away- A Horror Movie for Modern Struggles

Robert Rippberger and Booboo Stewart Talk About the Filming Process for Their New Horror/Drama Director Robert Rippberger’s new film Those Who Walk Away teaches audiences about trauma, pain, and how the connections we make with each other help or hurt us. Disney’s Descendants star Booboo Stewart plays Max, a young man dealing with fierce emotions… Read More

EDM Artist CHYL’s New Track “Bestie” Doubles as a Female Empowerment Anthem and Hyper Dance Song

CHYL Shares Her Journey and How Female Friendship Aided in Her Success as an EDM Artist   Chinese-Canadian LA based EDM artist Rachel Shi or CHYL(pronounced “chill”) just released her new song “Bestie”-an energetic collaboration with DJ Amber Na. CHYL has created, written and produced multiple singles throughout 2021 including “Boom Boom”, “All That Bass”… Read More

“It’s Time We Stop with Harry Potter” Aspiring Artist and Short Film Star Leo Glowczynski Gives His Thoughts on the Harry Potter Reunion

Harry Potter is a Beloved Series-So Why is its Author so Hated By Some People? Just last week, Harry Potter 20th Anniversary – Return to Hogwarts premiered on HBOMax, featuring much of the cast. Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, and Daniel Radcliffe were all in attendance along with other iconic Harry Potter alumni. Since its first… Read More

Latvia’s Oscar Contender “The Pit” Teaches Audience About Love, Friendship, and Acceptance

Dace Pūce and Kristele Pudāne discuss filming The Pit Based on stories reflecting true events by author Jana Egle, The Pit tells a fascinating story about what really lies beneath the surface in all humans regardless of age, or gender. Telling the story of 10-year-old Markus, living with his grandmother after his father passes. The… Read More

Kimmel Center Announces Magical Return of the Philadelphia Broadway Shows

Area theater lovers have a great deal to celebrate this fall with the return of the Philadelphia Broadway Series of Shows, coming more than a year of pandemic isolation.  The Kimmel Cultural Campus has announced the return of live Broadway programming to Philadelphia in the fall of 2021, with 13 memorable shows that will bring… 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

‘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

Lorenzo Pugliese Makes a Big Splash in the National Tour of ‘The Spongebob Musical’

Lorenzo Pugliese says that “a crazy number of people” told him he had to audition for the leading role in The Spongebob Musical…and so he did. And the rest, as they say on the hit Nickelodeon animated TV series is Bikini Bottom history. It quickly became a cult favorite and has charmed viewers of several… Read More

Mean Girls Star Mary Kate Morrissey Advises Budding Actors: ‘Work hard, Play Hard and Never Give Up.’

When Mary Kate Morrissey was growing up in Upper Darby, South Philly and rural Downingtown, Pennsylvania, she found her bliss while watching and performing in musical theater. In what feels like a “pinch-me” moment she is starring in the National Tour of Mean Girls. Fortunately for Morrissey, her parents nurtured her dreams, to the point… Read More

28th Philadelphia Film Festival Offers Stunning Line-Up of Movies and Special Events

Now is the perfect time to head to the 28th Philadelphia Film Festival (PFF) for a line-up of remarkable films from noted directors in a wide range of genres. The festival, hosted by The Philadelphia Film Society, is running through October 27. There are 120 films from 41 countries to see during the memorable 11-day… Read More