Food Network star Alton Brown stops by Modesto and starts posting his culinary adventures in the city online. The “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “Iron Chef America” host will perform tonight at the Gallo Center for the Arts.
The truth is out there about which television shows deserve to make a comeback like “The X-Files.” While fans have rejoiced the return of the sci-fi phenomenon for a limited series, several other cult shows would also be welcome back on our screens.
This week Modesto was featured as the setting for not one but two major TV shows: “Looking” and “American Crime.” But as far as portrayals go, it was a tale of two cities. One felt like home and the other felt like anywhere.
A new all-female cast for the remake of “Ghostbusters” has made big news. Which is great. But wouldn’t it be nice if it was a little less big? We make up 51 percent of the population yet somehow, to Hollywood, we remain a riddle wrapped in an enigma shoved into a chick flick. Women seem to be a constant mystery for Hollywood’s biggest filmmakers.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby has clammed up to the press, including The Bee, since past allegations of sexual assault have resurfaced. But why weren’t we asking him the uncomfortable questions in the first place?
The stars of social media have become a force in pop culture. But despite their millions of followers, there are still vast swaths of the population who have no idea who they are. Included in that new breed of stars is Los Banos‘ 19-year-old Bethany Mota, a YouTube star who just made it to the “Dancing With the Stars” finals.