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Recent articles by Sandy:

'Trevor: The Musical' on Disney+ continues movement

What began with an Oscar-winning host film has sparked an entire movement. "Trevor," told the story of a gay 13-year-old who is bullied because of his sexuality and then tries to take his own life. → Read More

New Canaan Land Trust offers free 'Sculpture Trail' exhibit

Art meets nature along a Sculpture Trail in Connecticut, and the exhibit called "Open Space for Everyone" is free thanks to the New Canaan Land Trust. → Read More

'Lightyear' Review: Sandy Kenyon says Buzz Lightyear origin story not just for kids

A movie inspired by the "Toy Story" franchise from Pixar is out now, and "Lightyear" features the iconic Buzz Lightyear character we know and love. → Read More

Clash of the titans as Bridges, Lithgow face off in 'The Old Man' on FX

"The Old Man" represents a triumph for Jeff Bridges and that's not only because he got to work with John Lithgow for the first time. → Read More

New 'FX on Hulu' show 'The Old Man,' premieres at the MoMA in New York City

Call it clash of the titans. Two of Hollywood's best actors square off as former colleagues who must now be adversaries in a new limited series called "The Old Man." → Read More

Robert De Niro, 20 years since co-founding Tribeca Film Festival, reflects on its legacy

Robert De Niro sits down with Sandy Kenyon to discuss the Tribeca Film Festival, 20 years after its founding in the aftermath of 9/11. → Read More

Teen actress brings 'Ms. Marvel' to life on Disney+ in on-screen debut

A 16-year-old Pakistani American from Jersey City struggles to fit in, until Kamala Khan discovers her cosmic superpower and becomes "Ms. Marvel." → Read More

'Grease' opened on Broadway 50 years ago, new book features memories from show's stars

More than 100 cast and crew contributed to the book, put together by the show's original director and producer. → Read More

One-on-one with Robert De Niro on The Tribeca Festival 2022 in New York City

Last year, The Tribeca Festival started by Robert De Niro and his business partner, Jane Rosenthal, signaled that NYC was getting back to normal, and this year it's back to business as usual for the event which has grown to represent storytelling in so many forms. → Read More

Rom-com 'Fire Island' hits Hulu just in time for Pride Month

Just in time for Pride Month, comes a different kind of romantic comedy taking place on Fire Island, which also happens to be the title of this new movie streaming now on Hulu. → Read More

Broadway musical "A Strange Loop" brings message of perseverance you have to see

The new musical "A Strange Loop" earned a total of 11 Tony nominations, including one for L. Morgan Lee, who is the first openly transgender performer ever to be recognized in the 75-year history of The Tonys. → Read More

Limited-series 'Pistol' explores band who took music industry by storm on Hulu

The Sex Pistols broke up in the late 1970s, but we're still talking about punk music and the movement the band helped to start. Not bad for a group that released just one studio album! Now, a limited series, "Pistol," is streaming on Hulu. → Read More

'We Feed People' documents Celebrity Chef Jose Andres humanitarian mission

Celebrity Chef Jose Andres was born in Spain but built a restaurant empire here in the U.S., but he has also focused on being a humanitarian. → Read More

Ewan McGregor returns as 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' in Disney+ series

In "Obi-Wan Kenobi," Ewan McGregor returns to the title role in a part he made memorable during three movies that covered events prior to the original "Star Wars". → Read More

Rehabilitation Through the Arts celebrates silver anniversary lowering recidivism rate

This is an update to a story I first told you about six years ago, when I literally went to prison for a report called "Shakespeare in Sing Sing." → Read More

Finalists Noah Thompson, HunterGirl and Leah Marlene gear up for 'American Idol' finale

The 20th season of "American Idol" will come to a close Sunday with the three finalists singing the music of Bruce Springsteen in a bid for the title. → Read More

Alison Oliver shines in Hulu series 'Conversations with Friends'

"Conversations with Friends" is based on a book by Sally Rooney, and the same creative team that brought her novel "Normal People" to life are behind the new Hulu series. → Read More

Adrian McKinty celebrates success of 'The Island' at NYC bookstore where he once worked

A former clerk in a bookstore was inspired to write his own novels, and now, Adrian McKinty's bestsellers are prominently displayed in the same Upper West Side Barnes & Noble where he worked for two years. → Read More

Stars turn out for Disney's Upfront Presentation of fall season

Dozens of Disney's biggest stars joined the company's top executives Tuesday to promote their TV shows to the nation's advertisers. → Read More

Tamron Hall celebrates 500th episode of daytime talk show

Tamron Hall celebrated her 500th episode Thursday, and the milestone comes shortly after the show was nominated for four Daytime Emmy Awards. → Read More