Even though it has been a bit quiet on the “street” and on the screen with the mob that doesn’t mean the subject is dead. Just when you thought that was true a certain Long Island director resurrects it with a good dose of comedy. Award winning director / producer Sal Rinella is on the verge of completing his film affectionately titled “Good Friday”. He has been in the entertainment business for over twenty years.
By Nick Christophers There is no one who has not gone through life without making idiotic decisions. Sometimes we are given a second chance and sometimes we are not. For Lillo Brancato who was released after serving ten years for attempted burglary has been given that priceless second […]
“It was an amazing experience, interning for a small company that works with public access television allows you to really get hands on experience in television production. I was the one operating the cameras, setting up the lighting, helping with the editing and learning how a production is formed from concept to distribution. Being a part of each of those stages taught me the fundamentals that still help me to this day.” Joe Gawalis
By Elissa Gilbert Information wants to be free, the saying goes, and sharing online happens automatically many times. Sometimes that sharing is unintentional or undesirable. For businesses, customer information is usually tightly held—but on websites, that control is lost. Every website has third party “tags” embedded in pages […]
By Nick Christophers From her first baby steps Cecily Trenka was surrounded by talent whether it be her parents or fellow siblings. Both film and theatre have been a strong influence in her younger years which she followed with much fervor. Even though acting never fit her well, […]
By Nick Christophers The stage explodes with energy and the crowd roars as it is filled with scantily clad women and mythological images. Bright lights surround the venue and the sexy women dance to the rhythmic beats pulsating from the speakers. Finally the performer they have all come […]
In the past 20 years women have become more involved in sports that seemed exclusively for men. Such major ones like football, soccer, hockey and now golf. What we mean by involved is not just playing the sport but being apart of the actual preparation. Model and spokeswoman Sophia Manolis decided to create a caddy service of models who are knowledgeable about the game. The organization Green Girls Golf began in an effort to host major events specializing in golf outings.
“My goal from here on out is to keep performing singing dancing, building relationships and mainly booking gigs so that I can play and perform to mass audiences and move/affect them by sharing my lyrics and music with them. I hope that it touches their souls in such a way that people fall in love with music, escaping into mine as a form of peace, a form of affection. Stay tuned for more.” Madi Di
By Nick Christophers To be born with a talent is one thing but to take it to the next level is another. Australian born, Melinda McCarthy has done that and more. Ever since being a small child she was always in the middle of a mini-project of her […]
By Nick Christophers Sometimes you have to keep plugging away until your big break comes crashing in. This is exactly what Maryland native and current Los Angeles resident Lisa Panagos did. Lisa, coming from a multi-ethnic family (Greek / French) took a little from each of her parents and […]