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  • “Supernatural” star Misha Collins is serving up fun for families

    When actor Misha Collins is not slaying demons on the long-running series “Supernatural,” he spending time in the kitchen.  He just released his first cookbook “The Adventurous Eater’s Club” which is a guide to getting picky eaters to try new foods.   The family man will have more time at home as he finishes up the 15th and final season of “Supernatural.”  The hit show airs Thursdays at 8pm on PIX11.

  • The mo’ better life with actress/comedian Mo’nique

    Mo’nique brings the laughs to Levity Live in West Nyack November 8th – 9th.  It’s a special two-night only performance.

  • Actor Michael Rapaport is living an “Atypical” life

    Season three of the popular Netflix series “Atypical” is out.  Michael Rapaport, who stars as “Doug Gardner,” is quite proud to be a part of the show.  “Atypical” centers around a teen boy on the autism spectrum and his search for love and indepence.

  • Happy National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day

    Across the nation, students, teachers and parents are recognizing November 8th as National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day.  As just like any other holiday, you can celebrate any way you want.  PIX11 celebrated by learning more about ways to encourage children to enjoy science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Lifestyle expert Carey Reilly showcased three products developed to help inspire young minds.  Check these out.  Osmo Little Genius Starter (Age: 3 – 5 years; Price: $79; Available at PlayOsmo.com Combines proven hands-on play of […]

  • On target with “Arrow” star Kat McNamara

    Kat McNamara knows a thing or two about making fans happy.  The former star of “Shadowhunters” shows her skills with a bow and quiver on the hit CW series “Arrow.”  Taking on the role of Mia Smoak, this petite actress can kick some serious booty.  Check her out on Tuesdays at 9pm on PIX11.  

  • The cast of “Cubby” talks about life imitating art or vice versa

    Filmmaker Mark Blane moved from his native Indiana to New York– and so did the main character of the new film “Cubby” which was written, directed, and stars Blane.  So is it autobiographical?  No, but there are definitely similarites. The movie also stars actress Patricia Richardson who takes on the role of his mom.  “Cubby” at times is a heart-warming friendship a lifetime story and other times quirky and mysterious.  It opens in theaters on November 1, and will be […]

  • Cooking for a cause with New York restaurateur Melba Wilson

    New York-based restaurateur Melba Wilson has two successful businesses Melba’s Restaurant and Melba’s Catering, and she’s about to launch another.  However, with all that’s going on, she makes time to give back to her community and one of the ways is through City Harvest.  Melba and more than 50 food industry titans will be cooking, baking, making drinks, and whatever it takes to entertain party-goers at the City Harvest Presents BID 2019. The event takes place on Tuesday, November 5th […]

  • School is in session for the parents of “Riverdale”

    The parents of “Riverdale” have assembled — Mark Consuelos (Veronica’s dad); Marisol Nichols (Veronica’s mom); Skeet Ulrich (Jughead’s dad); and Molly Ringwald (Archie’s mom).  PIX11’s Ojinika Obiekwe shares some laughs with them.  The CW’s hit show is back for season 4 and although the cast can’t reveal what twists and turns the plot will be taking this year, they were able to discuss fun topics like what they were doing their senior year in high school. One “Riverdale” parent will […]

  • The end of the road for TV’s cult favorite “Supernatural”

    The long-running seris “Supernatural” embarks on its 15th and final season.  The show is not only about the occult–it’s about family.  As PIX11’s Ojinika Obiekwe points out, the cast members have been a part of the station’s family.  She spoke with actress Felicia Day, who has had a recurring role on the show for 8 years, about “Supernatural” coming to the end of the road. “Supernatural” airs on Thursdays at 8pm on PIX11.    

  • Ballet Hispanico: bringing Latin X culture to the world one step at a time

    Since its founding in 1970, Ballet Hispanico has been the premiere dance company showcasing a mix a Latin X culture.  And each for Hispanic Heritage Month, the company plans community activities to celebrate.  On Sunday, September 29, they will participate in their annual A La Calle Block Party on West 89th Street in Manhattan. If you can’t make it, then catch them November 22nd and 23rd when Ballet Hispanico comes to The Apollo Theater. Tickets begin at $13.50 and are available […]

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