Rachael Ray burst onto the scene with her 30 Minute Meals back in 2001. She’s down to earth, funny, and makes it look so easy to cook and talk at the same time (this is NOT easy based on what I’ve seen on Next Food Network Star). Who doesn’t want delicious food that can be made in a half hour or less? Plus, she does good with her non-profit Yum-O, which is dedicated to feeding the hungry, teaching families how to cook healthy food, and funding education for kids who

Forest Whitaker began The Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative in order to facilitate peacebuilding and reconciliation in areas of war, violence, and conflict. Pop-Culturalist was lucky enough to join the benefit concert, Performers4Peace, featuring several bright faces from across Broadway. Emceed by James Monroe Iglehart and Julie James, the evening featured performances by Derrick Baskin, Daniel Breaker, ChoclattJared, Bryan Terrell Clark, Patrice Covington, Mara Davi, Alysha Deslorieux, Matt Gould, Griffin Matthews, Carly Hughes, Marcus Paul James, Mykal Kilgore, Lesli Margherita, Constantine Maroulis, Jill Paice, Catherine Ricafort, Brandon Uranowitz, and The Broadway Dreams Choir. With so many wonderful performers raising their voices up for peace, the

AMC’s new crime drama miniseries, The Night Manager, is a slow, steady, intense burn. Tom Hiddleston stars as Jonathan Pine, a former British soldier who is the night manager at a fancy hotel. He is contacted by a British intelligence officer (Olivia Colman) to become a spy and get into the inside circle of a shady yet powerful British businessman, Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie). The miniseries is based upon John le Carré’s novel, and it is definitely a show you should be watching. Here’s why: Jonathan Pine is like James Bond–only

Captain America: Civil War opened nationwide this weekend. And, there’s one star that everyone’s been talking about. While you may have guessed Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., or Sebastian Stan, it’s actually Tom Holland. The young actor is bringing Spider-Man’s story into the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time. If you don’t know the backstory, Sony has owned film rights to the character since 1999. Last year, both parties reached an agreement regarding our favorite web-slinger. And, it’s definitely been worth the wait. Although Tom Holland only has a

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