Stay-at-home moms Maggie Tolkin and Amy Motschwiller, both residents of Brookville, NY, founded Student Backup, an online computer backup software program, in 2005. We sat down with the duo to discuss who inspires them, what they've learned, and how they keep their friendship intact while running a business.
Smithtown mom Donna Walther is the owner and founder of Puppy Personal, Inc., a company that produces personalized dog treats. We sat down with Walther to find out how she got the business off the ground, how she juggles work and family life, and what advice she has for other mom entrepreneurs.
Wilton, CT, resident and former stay-at-home-mom JoAnn LoGiurato turned her passion for wine into an events business called Dancing on Grapes. We sat down with LoGiurato to discuss how she found her niche, how she juggles work and family life, and what's next for her business.
Jill Brack, a Manhattan mom of one who founded Glow™ Gluten Free, talks to us about having celiac disease, starting her own business, and getting inspiration from daughter Stella.
Author Erin Bried weaves pearls of wisdom from our nation's grandmothers into a heartwarming guide that celebrates the simple things in life.
Actress and mother of three Jennie Garth, best known for her role as Kelly Taylor on the TV series "Beverly Hills 90210," is now a spokesperson for Hidden Valley's "Love Your Veggies" campaign. Garth talks to us about life with three daughters, veggie advocacy, and her upcoming projects.
Anila Nitekman, a Greenlawn resident and mother of two, talks to us about how she invented the Tiny Bites Food Shears, which make cutting up children's food a breeze.
Natalie Fabian and Alexandra Wells: Fairfield County, CT Moms and Founders of Ellie Mim’s Social Stationery
Westport, CT residents Natalie Fabian and Alexandra Wells balance family, friendship, and running their own business.
Brooklyn resident Tanea Smith draws inspiration for her online stationery boutique from everyday life with her two children.
"The 101 Dalmatians Musical" begins its New York City tour April 7. Read about the show's canine cast, including 1-year-old Rascal, who went from abandoned pup to spotlight superstar.
Read our exclusive interview with Katherine Paterson, National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, award-winning author, and mother of four, for advice on what your kids should be reading.
Rebecca Lesser, the East Patchogue, NY, mom who founded The MatSack, Inc., was inspired to reinvent the lunchbox from real-life experiences with her daughter. Find out how she made her idea into a reality and how she now juggles business and family life.
Laura Lynn Iacono, a mother of two from Nassau County, Long Island, discusses nutrition and health for kids and families, which is the focus of her education center "One Potato, Two Tomato" in Albertson, NY.
Stephanie Webster, a Westport-based mother of three, shares her passion for food and restaurants on her innovative website CTBites.com, which has become a destination for Fairfield County's food lovers.
Former producer and filmmaker Julia Pimsleur Levine - daughter of the late Dr. Paul Pimsleur, creator of the Pimsleur Method for foreign languages - founded "Little Pim" in 2006, a program that teaches foreign languages to babies and young children.
When she's not acting on Broadway or prime time TV, Jessica Hecht shines as an involved mom who strives to instill a "generosity of spirit" in her two young children.
Erich Steinbock (Managing Director) is pleased to welcome Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga (Miss Saigon) to the Café Carlyle to make her New York cabaret debut in an exclusive three-week engagement.
This week we are taking a look at two thrifty releases that come from very different places, from two very different performers with wildly divergent intended goals for their work. A definite case of a hit and a miss, if there ever were any. Up first is the strong debut from the first-ever female Pirelli in SWEENEY TODD...
Sarah Schleper, a Vail, CO native and new mother, is going back to compete in her fourth Winter Olympics. “We set out with the goal to make it to Vancouver..."
The New York Times profiles Hollywood producer Robert Evans today, who is the subject of an upcoming Broadway play penned by television writer Jon Robin Baitz, as BroadwayWorld previously reported. The story will surround Evans real life events. In the Times article, Evans discusses how he suffered a stroke and was originally paralyzed on his right side and unable to speak. After much work, Evans has been able to return to his role of successful Hollywood producer.
Donna Drake, a Melville mother of three, co-hosts the weekly morning talk show "Live It Up," a show she founded and now produces out of her Plainview studio. Here, Drake talks to us about career, family, and what's next for "Live It Up."
Brooklyn resident and mom-of-three Lisa Price started selling her scents at church flea markets and has since developed her passion into a multi-million dollar beauty brand endorsed by celebrities like Mary J. Blige and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Along with being the mother of two young boys, Kirsten Gillibrand is a New York State Senator who supports the general improvement of the family status quo.
Port Washington mom Shelley Goodman talks to us about what it's like running her own business, Fernella's Jools, while raising 7-year-old twins. Plus, Shelley's tips for entrepreneur moms!
After leaving a successful career in television production, new mom Sara Leand decided to go back to the gourmet cookie business she started in college: the Sara Snacker Cookie Company.