OMG! Nickelodeon's hit show Sam and Cat has yet to be renewed for a second season -- unusual for hit show, and, industry insiders suggest, a sign that there is tension behind the scenes. Sam and Cat was a huge success for the network, pulling in over 4 million viewers on average. The show stars act ... More >>
Last year, 64-year-old Ft. Lauderdale native Diana Nyad completed her lifetime goal of swimming from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage in just under 50 hours. And now, she's going to be on this season's Dancing With the Stars. Because if swimming 103 miles through treacherous man-eating sharks, ... More >>
Why, it was just a couple of years ago that we had to wait for the paparazzi's film to get developed, for magazines to be shipped off to the printer, and then wait for the mailman to bring our People magazine to find out that stars -- they're just like us on Christmas! Nowadays, this knowledge is in ... More >>
As most kids spend their summers wheeling around Hot Wheels and idly watching Nickelodeon on the tube, 11-year-old Wyatt prefers to dine at Broward's restaurants with his family, and then dutifully-announce his thoughts on his self-published food blog, Wyatt Tastes Good. We had lunch with him and ... More >>
Anthony Bourdain likes to watch Nick Jr. in his jammies. Awwww..Anthony Bourdain is equal parts brilliant, snarky and well, hot. He's the hard-drinking, chain-smoking, tattoo-sporting, drug-using bad boy from your younger days all grown up. Make that, mostly grown up. With a family, a hit ... More >>
You've heard of -- and maybe even eaten -- a spaghetti sandwich. But spaghetti tacos? That's crazy talk, hombre.But people are actually eating the unlikely combination thanks to a Nickelodeon kids' show called iCarly.During an episode of the live action show that originally aired in November 2007 ... More >>
The Postmarks reach the U.K.
Pop star Sean Kingston hopes the party's just begun
Children's TV pioneer Alan Shalleck had a secret that killed him
Edison Force The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.:
After 50 years, what does Anne Frank mean?
She's the Man fits the bill for teenaged drag-king fans
Roll Bounce skates on its '70s vibe
Aaron Carter's Turnpike Inferno
There's nothing absurd about the appeal of SpongeBob's first movie
A killer cat steals a wonderful movie
The Cheesecake Factory Readers' Choice: South Beach
A casino's comin' to Hollywood. It's a big gamble.
Kiddie TV show becomes kiddie stage show
Tearin' up the road soapbox style
Only band fans need stand in the Drumline
For standup comic Christopher Titus, the truth about his messed-up family is funnier than fiction
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
Natalie Wiggins struggles with gangs, cops, and her children in Hallandale Beach
DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name
This charming and modest film takes a look at the big screen's first foray into China
Welcome to Broward's juvenile detention center, where inmates are wild, toilets are clogged, and employees are grousing
Roots Cultural Festival
Devo conspirator Gerald V. Casale waxes cynical about the old days and a new retrospective
April 16 - 22, 1998
April 2-8, 1998