With 9,000 desserts in the works, Amy Byro-Burhen, executive pastry chef for Caesars Palace, didn’t need a crisis.
Even a comic legend like Jerry Seinfeld can’t get around Secret Service protocol. After the security detail wouldn’t let Seinfeld leave the White House grounds with President Barack Obama in his car, the two drove around the White House in a 1963 Corvette Stingray, drank coffee and talked politics in the latest episode of the web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”
Patina Miller won a Tony Award for the musical “Pippin.” Norm Lewis, a Tony nominee for “Porgy and Bess,” was the first African-American to play “Phantom of the Opera’s” title role on Broadway.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has firmly dispelled any rumors that Bill Cosby’s star would be removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Did you wait too long to find a babysitter for New Year’s Eve and will now be ringing in 2016 by sitting at home with your kids? Netflix created a way to help give you some privacy when the clock strikes midnight.
You win some, you lose some. That’s a constant in Las Vegas — and it holds just as true in the arts as it does in the casino.
While Disney has to be pleased with the way its $4 billion acquisition of Lucasfilm is turning out, thanks to the galactic success of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” the man who created the “Star Wars” universe doesn’t feel the same way.
Need some inspiration? Here are our recommendations for dining out in the coming week.
It all started with a cookie.
In last week’s column we reported two sources for the coconut-custard pie being sought by Ray Ellis. But I often find that it’s actually easier, if I’m having difficulty finding a particular product, to make it myself.