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‘General Hospital’ Star Robert Palmer Watkins Gets Gritty With Latest Role in ‘Last Three Days’

Whether you believe it or not, soap operas are everyone’s guilty pleasure. From the drama to the romance, these daytime series have long been a staple on the small screen for millions of audiences around the world, while boasting some of the most recognizable talents today, like Brad Pitt, Julianne Moore and Leonardo DiCaprio. But […]

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Meet Sarah Davenport: Freeform’s Favorite New Actress

Season three of Freeform’s hit show, Stitchers, returned to the small screen this month, and we caught up with one of its newest stars. Actress Sarah Davenport opened up to The Hudsucker about her character, Ivy Brown, the “badass” set, and where fans can see her next.

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Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier of ‘Girlcrush’ Are the Comedy Duo We Need

Girlcrush’s creators, Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier talk about their empowering and funny sketch series, writing relationship, and why feminism truly benefits everyone.

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Travel Guide: 24 Hours in South Bend

While it’s recommended you spend a lengthy amount of time in this charming Midwestern city, we share popular ideas to check out when you’ve got just 24 hours to spare South Bend, Indiana.

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Contains Spoilers)

It’s been less than a week since diehard fans flocked to the midnight release of the newest installment in Harry Potter’s life story, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. This time, JK Rowling is taking her loyal fans to the theater by developing a play for London’s West End which follows the series’ beloved characters […]

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Nicole Muñoz of “Center Stage: On Pointe” Talks Her Lifetime Reprisal and Love Of Dance

For those who don’t know Nicole Muñoz by name, you may recognize her face. The actress is a veteran in the television and film industry, with more than ten years of experience under her belt. All this at just 22 years old. While we have plenty of new material coming from the young thespian, fans […]

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Actress Lisa Durupt Opens up About Her Newest Hallmark Roles

Lisa Durupt is gearing up for an impressive five new projects ready to hit theaters and television screens across international borders. As she winds down on filming new roles, Durupt is still hard at work promoting her newest work, a continuation of the Hallmark film series, Murder She Baked. The latest installment, A Deadly Recipe, […]

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Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’ — Is It Really All That?

For the past year, American founding father Alexander Hamilton’s name has likely been said more than in the past two hundred years combined—all thanks to the staggeringly popular Broadway hip-hop musical, Hamilton. 

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Jessica Holmes: Always After A Laugh

For some performers, they know immediately which area of performance they want to hone in on: film, theatre, or chasing after thousands of hits on Youtube. For Canadian actress, comedian, writer, and life coach Jessica Holmes, she knew she wanted to experience all of them.

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Breaking Down ‘Breaking Brooklyn’ with Paul Becker

Up until now, Paul Becker has been known as a dancer and choreographer; protégé to Kenny Ortega, who worked closely with the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna, Cher, and Elton John. But Becker’s credits are impressive in their own right, ranging from films like Twilight, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, and Disney’s The Descendants; in […]

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Goodbye Starman: The Diverse Legacy of David Bowie

Most people know David Bowie for his genre-bending music and pushing gender and sexuality boundaries to their absolute limits—but he was more. Like his versatile, chameleonic persona, Bowie transformed the world of art, fashion, and even finance just as much as he changed the face of music forever. In honor of the legendary artist who […]

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The Queen of Comedy: Canada’s NAOMI SNIECKUS

As the saying goes, laughter truly is the best medicine—and if anyone knows about laughter, it’s award-winning actress, writer, and comedienne Naomi Snieckus.

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Why NBC’s The Sound of Music Live Matters

On December 5th, NBC aired the biggest television event of the holiday season – The Sound of Music Live! This tribute to the beloved stage musical, The Sound of Music, starred Grammy Award-winning recording-artist Carrie Underwood as the iconic Maria and True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer as Captain Von Trapp in the two lead roles, and […]

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Broadway Baby Visits London’s West End

During the months of July and August I was fortunate enough to travel to London for the 2012 Olympic Games. As if attending several Olympic events wasn’t enough, I was able to see two shows in London’s famed West End district. For a Broadway junkie like me, this was the icing on my European-adventure cake.

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