Cameroon native Imbolo Mbue lost her job as a market researcher during the financial crisis, and she had a hard time finding a new one. As she walked around New York City one day, she saw chauffeurs waiting on the street for their clients. It triggered her interest, partly because some of the chauffeurs looked like they could be African immigrants and partly because it made her wonder what the relationship between the driver and the executive was like.
You don’t have to be a fan or even a regular viewer to know that TV won’t be the same without Jon Stewart. The left-leaning comedian who used a scalpel-sharp satire to skewer American politics, media and the absurdities in our culture, is stepping down from Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” after 16 seasons and 20 Emmy awards.
I fell in love with history in high school because I had an absolutely amazing American history teacher. When I went to college, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. There’s a joke among history majors — if you don’t want to be a teacher or a lawyer, your family will not understand how you will ever make a living.
Evrim Bozkurt met Ryan Fulmer and started dating in 2007 while they worked at the same firm in Cincinnati. While they were dating, Ryan moved to New York City to work for Goldman Sachs. In September 2010, Ryan surprised Evrim by taking her to an amazing restaurant in NYC — and proposed!
They eventually reconnected on Match.com in February 2008 and were engaged in a surprise trip to New York City that Mike had planned just after Christmas that year. Mike proposed to Allison on the famous Gapstow Bridge in Central Park.
Strong, graceful, athletic and model-handsome, professional ballet dancer Zachary Catazaro commands the stage. Anyone who witnessed his performance as the Prince in Canton Ballet’s spring production of “Cinderella” can attest to this.
Canton-born girl performs in Disney’s “Mary Poppins” musical. At an age when many children are seeing a play for the first time in their lives, Alexandra Berro acts in them. Last year, the 10-year-old Canton native landed a Broadway role in the current production of Disney’s “Mary Poppins” in New York City.