Documentary When Lambs Become Lions by director Jon Kasbe made its Tribeca Film Festival debut on April 20. Set in Kenya, the film follows the struggles three men on different sides of the elephant conservation debate and ivory trade face. Kasbe, alongside his three subjects, blurs the line dividing poachers and rangers to show just how connected their fates really are. “We felt like the perspective of … Continue reading Filmmaker Jon Kasbe Makes His Feature Directorial Debut With ‘When Lambs Become Lions’ Documentary
New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival is kicking off its seventeenth year with a bang! Out of the 96 films on this year’s roster, a whopping 46% of films are directed by women (that’s nearly half!) and 46 of the films are from first-time directors. “We are proud to present a lineup that celebrates American diversity and welcomes new international voices in a time of … Continue reading 25 Must-Watch Films During Tribeca Film Festival 2018
Bruno Mars is gearing up to take over the halftime show at the 2014 Super Bowl. An anonymous source with knowledge of the NFL’s plans revealed to The Associated Press that Mars was picked to perform at Super Bowl XLVIII this February 2, 2014 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Mars will follow in the footsteps of other Super Bowl superstars like The Black Eyed Peas, Madonna, … Continue reading [UPDATE] Bruno Mars Confirmed As 2014 Super Bowl Halftime Show Performer
From her mixtape Agápē to her upcoming movie G.B.F., actress and recording artist JoJo is everywhere. Just last week she made a pit stop in New York City to perform at Baruch College’s Spring Fling. I chatted with the powerhouse vocalist prior to her show and she dished on her favorite song to perform and the status of her much-anticipated third album. On Pre-Show Nerves “I … Continue reading Interview: JoJo Talks Pre-Show Jitters And Future Album [VIDEO]
Microsoft hosted their Windows 8 Microtropolis launch event in New York City on Thursday, October 24. Attendees walked through a scaled-down version of the Big Apple, called Microtropolis, and got a chance to play with Microsoft’s new Surface tablet hours before it was released. Big thanks to Klout for an invitation to the event. See full Storify here. Photos by Kristen Maldonado Continue reading An Inside Look At The Microtropolis Launch Party
Your favorite stars are worried about Hurricane Sandy — just like you. Some are preparing for the storm, while others make jokes. See full Storify here. Continue reading Celebrities Tweeting About Frankenstorm
While people are out prepping for Hurricane Sandy, others are sharing silly quips about the impending storm. See full Storify here. Continue reading Funny tweets about Frankenstorm
Taylor Swift started her second day of her media tour off by shutting down Time Square for a live concert on Good Morning America. Taylor performed songs off of her new album Red, and even went back to her roots with one of her most popular songs, “Love Story.” See full Storify here. Continue reading Taylor Swift Takes Over ‘Good Morning America;’ Paints New York City ‘Red’
Last Monday, I headed to the The Morgan Library and Museum in New York City for the USA Network’s Red Carpet Welcome Event for their new show Political Animals. While I didn’t get a chance to see the premiere episode, I did get to see some fantastic actors and actresses on their way to the showing. On Tuesday, I went to LMFAO’s Sorry For Party Rocking … Continue reading My Week In Review: USA’s ‘Political Animals,’ LMFAO, & More!
And by flavor – we’re talking about a BBQ! Risa Binder is making her debut at Hill Country Live on May 2 in New York City. You can enjoy an evening of great music performed by the country-pop sweetheart, as well as a Texas BBQ with classic Southern sides and cold beer. The songstress will be performing songs off of her album, Paper Heart. If … Continue reading Risa Binder Brings Some Classic Country Flavor To NYC!