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  • Taste-testing fancy franks for the 4th of July

    PIX11 anchors Betty Nguyen and Craig Treadway do plenty of taste-testing on the 4th of July with some assistance from Feltman’s of Coney Island,  They learn about the company’s rich heritage.

  • Red, white, blue and sweet

    Chef Charles Laurent shows how easy it is to make patriotic desserts for Independence Day.  …And guess what?  His treats are also pretty healthy.

  • Celebrating 30 years of ‘Seinfeld’ with the ‘Soup Nazi’

    On July 5th, 1989, a little show called “Seinfeld” debuted on network TV.  The groundbreaking series caught on with not only audiences, but critics too.  During its 9 seasons on air, it became a pop culture phenomenon, often being referred to as ‘the show about nothing’.  Thirty years later, now in syndication, “Seinfeld” is still captivating audiences around the world. The Emmy Award-winner introduced many colorful characters–character such as the ‘Soup Nazi’ which was played by actor Larry Thomas.  He […]

  • Actress/singer Megan Hilty gets animated

    Meet K.C. the kaola from Disney Junior’s animated series “T.O.T.S.”  She is voiced by actress and singer Megan Hilty. The comedy follows the adventures of best friends Pip and Freddy, a tenacious penguin and a kind-hearted flamingo, who are the only non-stork delivery birds in-training at Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.). Designed for kids age 2-7, “T.O.T.S.” stories suggest themes of positively interacting with and nurturing others while celebrating each other’s differences. Every episode has an original song and the […]

  • Actress Carrie Preston nails it on series ‘Claws’

    For Emmy Award winner Carrie Preston, landing roles on hit shows seems to come easy.  She’s gone from HBO’s “True Blood” to “The Good Wife” to “Claws.” The actress has a full resume which also includes roles on stage. Most recently, Carrie can be seen bringing the crazy on the TNT series “Claws.”   And season three will be wild as ever for her character.   “Claws” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on TNT.

  • Steal her style: Get inspired by Lady Gaga’s home decor

    As Lady Gaga preps to take the stage at the Apollo Theater for the first time, you can bet the bold and daring music artist will make a statement in more ways than one.  Her style has always caught the eyes of many.   But when it comes to her home retreat, Gaga’s style is almost unexpected. Celebrity Designer, Courtney Cachet, describes the decor as rustic, and luxe–and you can get the same look for your home for less. Courtney’s tips […]

  • Gotham Cheer kicks off NYC WorldPride Week in PIX Plaza

    The members of Gotham Cheer volunteer their time to help the LGBTQ community–especially the youth.  They will spread cheer at Barclays Center on Wednesday, June 26 for the WorldPride Opening Ceremony and Concert.    To support the work they do, go to https://www.facebook.com/GothamCheer/

  • Get fit for summer with celebrity trainer Jorge Cruise

    With the first day of summer here, the urge to get fit may have many of us hitting the gym and dieting.  Jorge Cruise, celebrity trainer and bestselling author, offers up advice in his new book “The Cruise Control Diet.”  …And for those looking to keep carbs on the menu, he has the answer.  He will be demonstrating a few dishes and signing copies of his book on Sunday, June 23rd from 2 – 4pm at the Barnes & Noble […]

  • “Riverdale’s” Madelaine Petsch proves she’s a shady lady

    If you’ve ever watched the hit CW show “Riverdale,” you know “Cheryl Blossom” brings drama each week.  Well the actress behind that love-to-hate character is Madelaine Petsch.  She joined PIX11’s Ojinika Obiekwe on the couch for a little chat about her latest project–designing sunglasses for eyewear brand Prive Revaux.  Her new collection is currently available online.  However, you better hurry because the last line of shades she created for Prive Revaux sold out in 24 hours.

  • Actor and activist Jesse Williams honored Moving Mountains for the Arts

    Actor Jesse Williams may entertain television audiences on “Grey’s Anatomy.”  However, he’s equally committed to making a difference off screen.  He’s involved with organizations changing the landscape of urban communities and improving the lives of underserved youth.  This year Moving Mountains for the Arts will honor Williams for his work as and activist and patron for the arts. About Moving Mountains for the Arts Moving Mountains Inc. is comprised of young actors, actresses, singers, dancers, writers, and musicians, committed to […]

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