Cindy Williams Talks Laverne & Shirley Secrets, TV’s Golden Age

Television icon Cindy Williams starred as Shirley Feeney for eight seasons on the smash hit ABC sitcom Laverne & Shirley. The female led situation comedy ruled the primetime television airwaves from 1976 to 1983, at a time when independent working women were thought of as novel and female characters chose to diffuse micro-aggressions with by killing them with kindness and wink and nod humor. Williams and her, co-star the late ...

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Geena Davis Talks Oscars, Thelma & Louise, Gender Bias

Academy Award winning actress Geena Davis has spent decades breaking down barriers for women with powerfully resonate on screen portrayals that have transcended entertainment and inspired seismic cultural shifts in how women are viewed in art and real life.  Davis made her feature film debut starring opposite Dustin Hoffman in the classic 1982 classic comedy, Tootsie, and she went on to star in such films including The Fly, Beetlejuice, The Accidental Tourist, ...

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The Music & Passion Of Jewel

Jewel On The Surprising Talent That Made Her A Music Superstar – By Allison Kugel The first thing I noticed when I sat down with Jewel was her beautifully sculpted cheekbones and trademark smile, but I was instantly redirected toward her glow; a warm and welcoming glow emanating from that same place where, no doubt, her poetic music, and lyrics originate. I wanted to learn more. It hasn’t been easy for ...

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Tara Reid on DMX, Deepak Chopra & the Art of Ascension

Tara Reid burst onto the scene as the flawless blue-eyed babe of the iconic 1999 camp comedy American Pie, a Fast Times at Ridgemont High for twenty-something Gen-Xers and precocious Millennials. Her flawless all-American looks led to films from cult favorite The Big Lebowski, to Urban Legend, Van Wilder, Josie and the Pussycats, Dr. T & the Women and My Boss’s Daughter. She starred and held her own alongside Ryan ...

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Jenna Elfman Talks Marriage, Nuclear Disarmament & Fear the Walking Dead

In AMC’s hit series, Fear the Walking Dead, the post-apocalyptic spin-off series of The Walking Dead, now in the second half of its sixth season, actress Jenna Elfman brings a tour de force performance as a former ICU nurse and apocalypse survivor, June Dorie. Her character carries significant trauma, and Elfman plays each note to perfection amid a flawless ensemble cast. What makes Jenna Elfman so interesting to watch on screen ...

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Beyond The Races With Danica Patrick

Danica Patrick’s Unfiltered Thoughts on Racing, Sexism, Money, the Bible As a racecar driver, Danica Patrick broke barriers and set records with her on-track performance.  It wasn’t long before she joined the mainstream ranks by succeeding in the male-dominated world of professional motorsports. With stunning good looks and an unrelenting ambition to top her personal best in every race, Danica was named to TIME’s 100 Most Influential People list, while her figure ...

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Nev Schulman Takes on a Virtual Season of Catfish

– By Allison Kugel While the world may still be socially distancing, people are online now more than ever looking for connections and answers. The eighth season of MTV's Catfish: The TV Show will go to the ends of the internet to find them. For the first time ever, Executive Producer and host Nev Schulman and co-host Kamie Crawford work together, remotely, to do what they do best: track down the truth. ...

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Michael Phelps: The Weight of Gold

Michael Phelps Gets Candid About His Struggles in the Spotlight – By Allison Kugel With his unmatched agility and speed in the water, Michael Phelps holds the all-time record for Olympic gold medals earned. The closest thing to Aquaman, on two legs, Phelps, like many pro-athletes who have reached his rarified status, was placed on a pedestal that was unsustainable. For more than a decade, Michael Phelps' life was a relentless march towards ...

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