I never thought this piece would end up seeing the light of day. There’s a long story as to why, and for now I will spare you, but nonetheless we have a brand new “2 Slices And A Story.” Basically I used the made-up holiday of “National Pizza Day” as an excuse to finally release… Read more »
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Without further ado, the season one finale of “2 Slices & A Story” wherein I have a seat with… Chris Hansen, host of “Crime Watch Daily.” Thank you for all of your support with this project and stay tuned to find out what we have in store for season two!
This is my second-to-last “2 Slices & A Story” for season one and this episode is sentimental. I thought of the concept for this series on a random Saturday afternoon in the city over lunch with Marc Scibilia (ironically we were not eating pizza; he brought me to this great spot downtown called Cafe Habana)…. Read more »
Pizza for the weekend! Check out a brand new edition of “2 Slices & A Story” featuring Broadway star, actor extraordinaire, Glee alum and all-around great guy Darren Criss!
In a new “2 Slices & A Story,” “Britain’s Got Talent” star Calum Scott reveals his favorite English meal and tries New York pizza for his first time!
A brand new “2 Slices & A Story” on your screen starring American Idol finalist, Jersey’s own and all-around great person JAX! And you’ll learn something that she can’t stand during this chat…
In episode number five of “2 Slices & A Story,” we overcome a lactose intolerant guest and construction to chat with Adam Friedman about his first show in New York City, possibly living here one day and growing up a Diamondbacks fan… kind of.
In episode number four of “2 Slices & A Story,” Parachute lead singer Will Anderson explained how he and two of his three siblings ended up in New York after growing up in Virginia, and what his first gig in the city was like.
In episode number three of “2 Slices & A Story,” actor Zach McGowan reminisces about his days growing up on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Fun fact: McGowan’s dad owned a bar on 76th and Broadway.
In the second edition of “2 Slices & A Story,” Scott Stapp reveals a rather funny-ass story from a Creed performance at Madison Square Garden.