From Pop to Pearls: Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin

By Joe Alexander Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin 2015 has been a significant year for Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, the entrepreneur who has been dubbed the “rebel heiress.” With pop songs soaring through the charts and a burgeoning business enterprise, Consuelo has expanded her empire with a capsule collection of pearl jewelry for HSN. A direct descendant of…

Tovah Feldshuh

The Broadway Star Takes on Zombies on TV’s Hottest Show  By Lavanya Sunkara From the bright lights of Broadway to the dusty roads of rural Georgia, The Walking Dead’s Tovah Feldshuh has led a fascinating journey. For forty years, she’s entertained audiences on the New York stage with her golden voice and captivating performances. At…

Teal Wicks

Finding Neverland’s Star Talks Broadway and Beyond By Pamela Jacobs and Olia Golovkina James Matthew Barrie is a disappointed writer whose latest play is a disaster. Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, a widow who recently lost her husband to cancer, is the single mother of four boys. The six meet one day at Kensington Gardens in London.…

The Belated Visit

A Book Review By Rory Winston   “That’s him. Definitely him,” exclaimed my mother knocking her glasses off her nose as she struggled to show me a page from the massive book she was reading. “My grandfather, you’re great grandfather – there. Look. Look”, she uttered in a voice that caromed from exhilaration to litany…

A Hungarian Rhapsody

By Rory Winston  As Robbie Williams belted out the lyrics to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody at Budapest’s 23rd Sziget Festival, it became ever more difficult to determine what the answer was to the opening phrase “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?” What was certain, however, is that between the ‘thunderbolts and lightning’ and…