The way to make it in music these days is to play cruise ships and theme parks, but if you want to be a movie star, break out on TV first. Oz The Great and Powerful--opening today--features no fewer than four major film folk who started on the small screen.
Joey Ramone would have been 60 years old on May 19. This week, in celebration of the birthday of the Queens-born gone-too-soon punk legend, Sound of the City will run a series of features on his life and his legacy. Bruce Frankel/courtesy Allan Arkush Allan Arkush has executive produced a bu ... More >>
As the official fashion editors of the Voice, Araceli Cruz and Angela Ashman have a lot to say about what's in, what's out, and what's spot-on for Diddy's White Party. In the occasionally heated, occasionally catty, always fashion savvy back-and-forth that follows, they apply their expertise ... More >>
No, you have to believe me on this, people. There's really a heterosexual guy on TV. And he's actually quiet about it! And he's even played a gay! I'm talking about Doug Savant, who portrays Tom Scavo on Desperate Housewives, but who first rose to attention as the fagelah Matt on Melrose Place. Thi ... More >>
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