You don't need to be as gifted as "Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo to see that the gift has is a true blessing to the people she touches. She is ...
What we see in the media matters. Narratives that include well-rounded transgender characters are important because they help us feel less alone and reveal more expansive endings than the ones we may previously have envisioned for ourselves.
(image from eonline.com) In this time of heightened global tension, it's easy to feel like hope and joy are in short supply. Like many of you, I wa...
At 71, much has happened to the girl who shied away from the spotlight. From her home in Las Vegas Knight opened up about her music, the sadness, yet hope she has for the future and the force that continues to drive her.
Dancing with the Stars may bill itself as a splashy dancing entertainment. But once again, after the October 7th "Most Memorable Year" show, last night, it proves that it's the most emotionally resonating confessional since Oprah went off the air.
Now you may think it a fool's errand to try to pair anything with Netflix's upcoming Pee-Wee's Big Holiday. Fortunately, the flick and the wine industry share someone in common: Tara Buck.
There's no shortage of supplies, services or opportunities for every one of the city's delightful dancers and extraordinary dance companies.
In an effort to rebuild his career after recent crushing blows, The Fat Jew, AKA Josh Ostrovsky, will join the latest cast of Dancing With The Stars.
At age 64, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Jane Seymour is still going strong, and has so many life lessons to share for moms and others.
There's no better example of someone who's steadily climbed the ladder, worked his way up through the ranks at the Mouse House -- going from a guest appearance on Good Luck Charlie back in April of 2011 to starring in his own sitcom -- than Cameron Boyce.
"I saw the judges' jaws drop in their seats," she said. "They were like, `This girl already won a title and she just had open-heart surgery?!'"
I love an underdog. In fact, I love everything about an underdog. From the wonderful journey of how they got here to how happy they are to just be in the room/arena/stadium with their highly-favored competition.
As happens so often in life, writer/director Rajeev Nirmalakhandan fell into creating a movie named The Odd Way Home quite by accident. A colleague who'd been engaged to produce a film on autism was unable, so she suggested it to him.
I'm not sure if you've heard, but tonight is Disney Week on Dancing with The Stars - does it get better than that?! I doubt that I am any different than other girls in that I have always dreamed of playing a princess - and tonight I will get to do that!
Keoikantse Motsepe may be living the life in Los Angeles, but his heart is still in South Africa.