If you live in Phoenix and see Wonder Woman crossing the street, don’t be alarmed, she’d not chasing down a bad guy. Chances are, she’s headed to Phoenix Comicon. Every comic book lover, steampunk junkie and people who just love
Last week on MasterChef, we (briefly) met the top 40 contestants for this season, which was then whittled down to 20 in a series of head to head battles, plus a final cook-off for 6 chefs who got a second chance to earn a white apron.
I’ve been using a Mac, iPad and iPhone for almost 5 years and it’s time to start thinking about an upgrade. Before anything crashes. Transitioning from the PC world was fairly simple. I’d been living in a mixed world, PC
Surely you have more than one costume for the 4-day event? No? Don’t worry, there will be many vendors there, ready to get you suited up in no time. Okay, maybe not for this con, but if you start now
Auditioning for a reality television series is not something I had ever dreamed of or planned on doing. But in November of 2012, I spent the day lined up with hundreds other hopefuls in New York City, wishing for just one thing…
We’re back for the continuation of the season premiere, where the top forty home cooks in America (picked by FOX, at least) had to battle it out for their place in the top twenty. Each had to face off against another hopefully in a battle of signature dishes, based on their common theme or ingredient…
This week we have a special 2-part premiere episode of MasterChef, so I’m going to divide this recap into two separate posts (part two to follow shortly). There are a lot of new hopeful home chefs to meet – and a new judge as well – so let’s not waste any more time on getting started, shall we?
A new season of MasterChef US is set to begin in a few weeks (May 20, 2015 on the FOX network, to be exact), so it’s time for my annual round up of the previous season’s contestants: Where are they now? Who has gone back to his or her “day job”, and who has gone on to pursue a dream of working in the food and cooking industry?
An Exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design Celebrating a Quintessential New York Artist The Museum of Arts and Design in New York City is currently running an outstanding exhibit of original works by Richard Estes, one of the
Bloated, Bombastic, and Over the Top! I thought it would be fun to put together a short list of a few of my favorite progressive rock songs, that happen to be over 20 minutes in length. While these tunes have