Will.i.am has always been a man of vision.
Rita Ora is the music industry’s greatest star-in-waiting. The British-raised bombshell is the first to admit that in the U.S., she’s still an unproven artist.
Thanks to a slew of shows like “Top Chef,” “Life After Top Chef,” “Top Chef All-Stars,” “MasterChef,” “Iron Chef America” — the list goes on and on — celebrity chefs have become the latest superstars. But when Spike Mendelsohn, 34, decided to enter the culinary scene, foodie stardom...
’Tis the season for performance reviews. Mine happens around this time every year, and while my friends are always willing to give me their feedback, in the workplace it’s a formal and anticipated event — which never fails to make me nervous.
As soon as TV funnygirl Casey Wilson opens her mouth, it’s clear that she might not be acting in shows like the cult classic “Happy Endings,” two seasons of “Saturday Night Live” and, most recently, NBC’s “Marry Me,” but, rather, just slightly exaggerating the loonier aspects of her personality.