Laurie Ulster is a transplanted Canadian who fell in love with Manhattan about 10 minutes after her arrival at NYU. After many years as a television producer, where networks like MTV had her producing everything from musician interviews in dive bars all over the East Village to game shows in Malaysia, she made the switch to digital, overseeing sites at Fuse and A&E. She’s now a freelance writer. In addition to Bio, she writes most frequently for The Mid, Momtastic, Lifetime Moms, and The Chefs Connection.
She’s a writer, a mother, and a Star Trek nerd who is still wondering what it’ll be like when she grows up.
'The Chew' host is serving up some delicious celebrity dish for summer.
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its release, we take a look at the making of the Beatles’ classic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
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Today is Woody Allen's 80th birthday. Here's a look at the life and career of the filmmaker who has been making one movie a year for the past five decades.
Happy birthday, Whoopi Goldberg! To celebrate one of the most unique talents in show business, here are 7 fun facts about Whoopi Goldberg's incredible road to success.
John Lennon's art wasn't just expressed in his music, but in every aspect of his life. On his birthday, we're taking a look at the people, place and experiences that were his creative inspirations.
The Partridge Family premiered today in 1970. To celebrate the classic 1970s TV show, here a few fun facts that will make you happy.
With today's release of "A Lego Brickumentary," we're taking a look at some historical figures who've been immortalized brick by brick.