Wednesday, May 24, 2017
ABC has lined up an all-star cast for its remake of airing on Wednesday, including Abigail Breslin, Sarah Hyland, and Debra Messing. But one name viewers might not immediately recognize is Colt Prattes, who will be taking on the iconic role of Johnny Castle that Patrick Swayze first made famous. Obviously, will be a huge break for Colt, who is better known as a dancer than an actor up to this point, but after a little investigating, it seems clear Colt will do Patrick Swayze proud. Before you tune into the updated flick, get to know the new Johnny Castle
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
James O’ Meara Restaurateur Brian Mazza maintains a shredded physique, despite being president of New York City’s Paige Hospitality Group, whose first restaurant, the Ainsworth, took New York City by storm in 2009 with its gourmet-burger program. Since then, PHG has added six more restaurants. Below, the former Division I soccer player talks about growing his business and making time for the gym. M&F: How did you set the Ainsworth apart from other restaurants? BM: We got our start on the party scene with our first club, Dune. But that’s not sustainable. With the Ainsworth, we wanted to create a
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WWE One thing that WWE superstar Tye Dillinger has in abundance is confidence. So much so that the 36-year-old Canadian has earned himself the nickname “The Perfect 10” among fans. Dillinger is the latest in a long line of ‘NXT’ success stories. The NXT wrestling group, which was originally set up as a training ground for the main WWE roster, has gathered such momentum in recent years that many of its students are now former world champions on primetime WWE television. “The Perfect 10,” who’s originally from Canada, was recently signed to SmackDown where he hopes to follow in the
Strongmen are known for their size and strength, and it’s no surprise that their diets can also be extreme. For the first time, Brian Shaw, the World’s Strongest Man, shared a full day of eating ahead of the World’s Strongest Man 2017 competition, which begins on May 20. Spoiler alert: he makes your entire day of eating look like an afternoon snack. Between big training days, the six-foot-eight, 435-pound athlete eats over 12,000 calories—and yes, he cooks it all himself. “This diet is to make me as strong as I possibly can, so it’s not the Mark Bell no-carb diet,”