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After a full month’s worth of voting by you, our beloved online community, a winner from the Marquette University competition to create a Channel Guide Magazine TV spot has been chosen. After receiving 84% of the votes, the winner is Team Casey, whose spot “Plan Ahead” focused on Channel Guide Magazine’s ability to help plan your busy lives around the shows and specials you don’t want to miss. We’d like to congratulate Team Casey for their effort and dedication to this project; they are certainly deserving of this honor. This TV spot will be considered as our top choice to … Continue reading
It’s a tale told by many a chef — how they learned their craft at the knee of a family elder. Not Roblé Ali. Though his grandfather was, indeed, a caterer who once cooked for JFK, Roblé — consulting chef at New York City’s celebrity hotspot Avenue and star of Bravo’s new docuseries Chef Roblé & Co. — says what he learned from his family is that he likes to eat. And eat well. “A light bulb went off in my head one day that, ‘Hey, if I want to eat the way that I want to eat all the time, … Continue reading
Alright, I’m getting just a teensy dab testy now. First Robert Irvine. Now Chuck Hughes?!! Awww, men! <sigh> Given my helpless addiction to all things food television and the folks who star in it, I realize that trying to choose whom I’d like to emerge the victor on Food Network’s Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs is like trying to choose which of my kids I like the best, but geeeeez. With Robert’s Macgyver-with-a-steak-knife skills set and Chuck’s utter delight at everything foisted his way — except perhaps toe-foooooo! — losing them in the first weeks of the series is akin … Continue reading
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On Oct. 10, Lifetime will unveil the newest effort in its 17-year-old “Stop Breast Cancer for Life” initiative — one that may be, according to the network’s president and GM Nancy Dubuc, “the most important film we’ve ever done.” Simply titled Five, the anthology features, yes, five emotional, frequently funny and complexly interwoven short films about women dealing not only with the physical effects of breast cancer and their ensuing treatments, but also a part of the diagnosis often left undiscussed — how such a deeply personal disease affects their sense of self, how they relate to others and how … Continue reading