‘Blindspot’ star Jaimie Alexander on the breakout hit that’s under everyone’s skin

By Lori Acken When the NBC drama “Blindspot” debuted in September, critics tapped the intriguing thriller as a sure thing. Centered on a beautiful amnesiac found naked, covered in fresh tattoos and zipped into a duffel bag in Times Square, gift-tagged to the FBI, the series unfolded into a twisty, action packed mystery that earned …

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Yes, Chef! By Paul Hall www.channelguidemag.com In director John Wells’ Burnt, Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) is a world-class chef looking for a fresh start. After Adam’s career imploded in Paris, his self-imposed exile landed him in New Orleans, with a penance of shucking 1 million oysters. Upon completion of this laborious task, he heads back …

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The Peanuts Movie Rated: G Stars: Voices of Noah Schnapp, Venus Schultheis, Alexander Garfin Director: Steve Martino When a new neighbor moves in next to Charlie Brown, she presents opportunities for him to reinvent himself. Chuck can become anything or anyone since she has never met him and doesn’t know his shortcomings. But will good …

Jamie Lee Curtis

By Ali Datko, ReMIND Magazine Jamie Lee Curtis as a child with her famous parents, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh Award-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis has propelled herself successfully through many different phases of stardom. Born Nov. 22, 1958, to actors Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, she grew up in Los Angeles under the shadow …

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USA NETWORK USA Network will premiere its new comedy series “Donny!” on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 10:30 p.m. Starring Donny Deutsch, real-life chairman of Deutsch Inc., one of the world’s leading advertising agencies, the half-hour series takes a satirical look at the media, wealth and modern romance through the eyes of Deutsch’s fictional character based …

The Struggle

Essay contest focuses on bullying prevention The Charles Lafitte Foundation (CLF) Kid’s Corner is the host to a “National Bullying Prevention Month” Essay Contest to encourage kids to read and improve their understanding of the effects of bullying. Students in grades 3-12 attending a public or private school in the U.S. are invited to participate …