Sister Act The Musical Outscores The Movie

By Brianna Baxter
“Sister Act,” the stage musical, made for a more entertaining two hour experience than the movie version starring Whoopie Goldberg.

Eyewitness Account of MBTA Boylston Street Crash

By Ekaterina Bylkina
At 11:50 a.m. I went down the Boylston T stop to travel outbound on the Green Line and saw a B-line train sitting at the stop. Then I heard an MBTA worker, a middle-aged female, instructing passengers to leave the train.

MBTA Accident Hurts Dozens

By Brianna Baxter
At 11:50 a.m. two trolley cars collided on the MBTA Green Line. Boston Fire officials say six people were taken to hospitals.

Up Next: Round 2 Brown Versus Warren

By Pamela Cyran
Debates are never pretty, but the attacks between U.S. Senator Scott Brown and his challenger, Elizabeth Warren, have been more than ugly.

Conquering the Web At “Lazar” Speed

By Jackie Tiongson
The Internet is the modern source for entertainment news. For shows to be successful on the web, they have to be on top of real-time trends. Or in Emmy nominee Shira Lazar’s case, her program called “What’s Trending.”

Spencer Liff’s Crunchtime Choreography

By Jordan Moncada
Spencer Liff choreographs against the clock. This year, Liff received his first Emmy nomination for his choreography on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance” (SYTYCD). But Liff’s Emmy nomination didn’t happen overnight.He auditioned for the dance competition show four years ago.

“Wizards” Executive Producer Makes Television Magic

By Alyssa Altman
Inspiration comes easily to Todd Greenwald. The executive producer of the Emmy-winning “Wizards of Waverly Place” told WEBN in Los Angeles that “The core of the show, even though it’s about magic, is about sibling rivalry, and it’s based on my kids.”

“Project Runway” Editor Tells the Real Story

By Alyssa Altman
If clothes make the model, then editors make the story. “I always say as an editor in reality, you have to let the footage tell the story. The producers may want a story, or wish for a story to come out. But it’s all in the footage.

Creating A Story One Stitch At A Time

By Ali Inglese
The most important part of Chrisi Karvonides’ job is telling a story. “It’s not about fashion. It’s about finding elements that tell the story of a character,”she told WEBN in Los Angeles.