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  • Asian-American Channel Myx TV to Debut First Original Reality Series (EXCLUSIVE)

    Myx TV, the only English-language multicultural Asian-American entertainment network in the U.S., will debut its first reality series, Variety has learned. Titled "I'm Asian-American and ...," the 10-episode docu-series will focus on the Asian-American...
  • Get tickets for "The Chef's Table" at PBS-39

     
    It's your chance to be part of the studio audience for the taping of “The Chef's Kitchen.” Tickets are available for the live taping of six episodes Wednesday March 12 at PBS 39 studios, 801 E. First St., Bethlehem. Tapings......
  • Stuart Gordon Gives L.A. Audiences a 'Taste' of Onstage Gore

    "There will be blood," promises director Stuart Gordon of "Taste," the stage play now running through May 17 at L.A.'s Sacred Fools Theater. That red stuff probably isn't much of a surprise, given that Gordon was one of the creators of gory 1985 pic "Re-...
  • 5 Best (and Strangest) Ways to Spend Your Spring Break Indoors

    5 Best (and Strangest) Ways to Spend Your Spring Break Indoors
    So it's raining. You can still have fun this Spring Break:   1. Clean out your closet. Yeah, yeah, I know. Cleaning out your closet may not sound too strange or exciting. But it’s a simple way to de-clutter your life – and mind –...
  • Robert Pirozzi, co-owner of Flakowitz of Boynton, restaurant, deli and bakery

    Robert Pirozzi, co-owner of Flakowitz of Boynton, restaurant, deli and bakery
    Q: How old is Flakowitz? It started in the Bronx in the early 1900s and later moved to Jericho, Long Island. My dad bought that store from Mr. Flakowitz, ran it for 14 years and ended up selling it. I moved to Florida and opened one in east Boca. We...
  • Amazon Drops Discovery and Scripps Shows, with Scripps the Bigger Loser

    As Amazon.com spends more money on original and exclusive content for its streaming-video service, the Internet retail giant is declining to renew deals for some TV content. Amazon Prime Instant Video, available through the Prime free-shipping program,...
  • Old Florida lives on at Bob Roth's New River Groves

    Old Florida lives on at Bob Roth's New River Groves
    Fifty years ago, when there was still a citrus industry in Broward County, Bob Roth's New River Groves opened as a packing house and shipper. Bob Roth, its soon-to-be 70-year-old owner, even had a few gas pumps for farmers to fill their tractors and...
  • Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off is casting for season 2

    Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off is casting for season 2
    The Food Network reality series Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, hosted by Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri, is looking for aspiring chefs ages 8-13 to be contestants on its second season.  Talented young cooks can apply online to be a contestant on the show,...
  • Marc Summers adds authenticity to ComedySportz's 'Double Dare'

    Marc Summers adds authenticity to ComedySportz's 'Double Dare'
    The weekly “Improvised Double Dare” show at ComedySportz Theatre will be serving up a heaping pile of nostalgia Sunday, along with whatever messy concoction they decide to spill on the house improvisors. Marc Summers — host of the...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Tempting chicken dishes for gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Tempting chicken dishes for gluten-free Wednesday
    You can never have too many easy dinner recipes for chicken. It's such a versatile option and lends itself to so many flavorings. And did we mention how easy chicken is to prepare? Check out these gluten-free options: Braised chicken with capers: It's...
  • Cable Brass Talk Reality TV's 'Pressure Cooker,' Why Less TV Marketing Can Be A Good Thing

    "With the renaissance happening in scripted television, we have to elevate our game in reality," said TruTV topper Chris Linn. His fellow panelists -- and network brass -- agreed at RealScreen's "Meet the Boss" session, a panel tailor-made for the recent...