Theo Kogan is the founder and creator of the lip gloss company Armor Beauty. A New York native, she was originally the lead singer of the all-girl punk band Lunachicks.
Why did you switch careers?We did Lunachicks, that kind of ended in around 2000/2001 and I started another band, Theo and the Skyscrapers, we went until about 2008. After that ... I was in the middle of a different show and... » more
Hit comedy “Scrubs” concluded its ninth and final season three years ago — but the show’s stars are still all over film and television.
amNewYork is here to help “Scrubs” fans catch up with the cast’s current projects.
Zach Braff Scrubs leading man Zach Braff takes on two roles in Disney’s “Oz: The Great and Powerful.” Braff first appears as Frank, an assistant to a small-time magician... » more
It's more than just "The Tonight Show" and its rumored return east.
The Big Apple has become one of the most sought-after locations for the small screen, and the city benefits from its Hollywood pull.
Right now there are 25 primetime episodic shows being filmed in the five boroughs, along with dozens of cable, variety and talk shows, and that number keeps growing, according... » more
Cops are still looking for information regarding the abduction of a man and woman in Washington Heights on Friday evening.
Officers as of Sunday still didn't have identities on the missing man and woman who were kidnapped from the corner of Haven Avenue and West 173rd Street around 7 p.m.
The victims were chased by two armed men who then forced them into a minivan and fled the scene,... » more
Anne Burrell is really on a roll.
The celebrity chef is the foodie mind behind the menu at the White House’s annual Easter Egg Roll Monday.
“I am so super excited,” the 43-year-old Food Network star told People magazine. “The White House is such a beautiful place, and I can’t wait to visit and see the president and the first lady and, of course, to do something fun for the kids.”
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Maya Angelou In “Mom & Me & Mom,” renowned author Maya Angelou once again delves into her personal story, but for the first time, she details the complexities of her relationship with her mother. Stop by Barnes & Noble Union Square Tuesday evening to hear Angelou discuss her book and sign her latest work. (Tuesday, 7 p.m., FREE, Barnes & Noble Union Square, 33 E. 17th St., 212-253-0810,... » more
"G.I. Joe: Retaliation" won the weekend box office battle in the United States and Canada, fighting off competition from cartoon cavemen, a Tyler Perry drama, and an alien-possessed heroine trying to save the human race.
"G.I. Joe," a sequel starring Channing Tatum, Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis, secured $41.2 million in domestic ticket sales from Friday through Sunday,... » more
Saturday's springtime weather brought out the crowds to SoHo -- and the celebs.
Wearing a denim jacket (a surefire sign of the seasonal shift), Jonah Hill strolled eastward along Prince Street with a male pal around 1:30 p.m.
Model of the moment Cara Delevigne was nearby on Spring Street a little later in the afternoon, making her way through the crowd near the intersection at Broadway.
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American League Preview
WEST 1. Los Angeles Angels Their lineup, which already counts last year’s rookie sensation Mike Trout and future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols among its most-feared hitters, added Josh Hamilton in the offseason. Good luck, AL West pitchers. It’s debatable whether they’re better off with Tommy Hanson, Joe Blanton and Jason Vargas in the rotation instead of Zack Greinke,... » more
“Today” host Matt Lauer has had a rough week, beginning with a cover story in New York Magazine that showed the host struggling to keep the NBC morning show’s viewership up despite plummeting ratings.
The hardships continued on Twitter on Thursday when a former intern from when Lauer started on “Today” in 1997, took a shot at his old boss.
“I was an intern there in ’97, his first year... » more