Growing up in the humble Midwestern town of Rockford, Ill., one-time Harlem resident actress and comedian Natasha Leggero wasn’t ushered into the higher reaches of the entertainment industry through nepotism or fortuitous personal connections. Continue Reading →
“I could listen to this music all night,” Jerry Seinfeld said, soaking up the sounds of the jazz band at the Cotton Club, the site of Stella McCartney’s pre-fall 2017 presentation. Continue Reading →
What if the comic intellect of Chris Rock and genius of Jerry Seinfeld were fused into really funny film – no wait great T.V.?!!!!! Wouldn’t you go see it ASAP? Arguably it’s been done by each in his own right however Bo Starks and Box Star Films might be might be the answer to that question or just the next best thing to watch. Continue Reading →
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