Sayed Badreya came from a ghetto in Egypt and now he seems to be happiest actor in Hollywood. On this episode of Making It, Sayed says that American movies influence the whole world and he gives wise advice to aspiring entertainers.
In this exclusive SCENES interview with Switchfoot drummer Chad Butler, he reveals that family, friends, fans and gratitude helped him and his surfer buddies become rock stars and handle their success.
The documentary producers of ‘Take Me Home’ focus their lens on an Austin man who is building a community where homeless people are embraced as family. They aim to help Americans discover the real meaning of home and community.
Roseanne Barr represents millions of Americans who voted for President Trump to protect their rights. Now the president’s border wall plans threaten the property rights of some Americans and the producers of the new movie ‘Little Pink House’ tackle this issue.
Katy Perry proudly stole a young man’s kiss on ‘American Idol.’ She’s also in the legal process of taking a valuable convent from elderly Catholic nuns, and one of them died during the latest court hearing. See the nuns speak here.
One wonders what Hellman, Lee, or Didion would think of Lena Dunham’s “Girls,” and the fashionable young Brooklynites it portrays– liberated women who grew up in a “post-feminist” era. They probably wouldn’t be impressed.
Research shows: people living in cities with casinos are more likely to become compulsive gamblers — and wind up in debt. Does it make sense to put a team in a city like Vegas, whose casinos operate 24 hours per day?
The Autism Job Club, and hundreds of other local groups across the United States, are experimenting with new employment projects and structures for workers with autism and other neurodiverse conditions.