Reasons We Still Love Rachel (Even If Netflix Doesn’t)

News broke this week that Netflix is taking Friends off of their instant streaming come 2019. People are kind of freaking, but I’m too busy thinking about how long Friends has been around (also, I don’t really care about the Netflix news…I grabbed the complete series on DVD years ago). It’s crazy to me that the…

Nine Flicks For A ’90s Movie Night

Now that it’s November, the dreaded cold weather is just around the corner. Since going out on the weekends in the cold is a lot less fun, you need to get creative with staying-in plans. However, nothing beats a good old-fashioned movie night. For your next movie marathon, add a throwback element to the mix with…

The Original Ending of “Scream 3” Revealed by Matthew Lillard

The Tidbit firmly believes that the Scream is the greatest and smartest horror film ever made. The franchise it created is decent, but doesn’t hold a candle to the original. Many would argue that the worst of the franchise was the third installment, where a film is being made about the Woodsborro murders and the…

Actress and PR Maven, Laura Orrico, Shares Tidbits of Her Success

Everyone has a dream. We all grew up wanting to be firefighters or doctors or artists, but how many of us actually followed those paths? For most of us, our dreams become a distant thought as we take the more practical route – and there is nothing wrong with that. However, there is something to…

Film and TV Actor, Gary Ray Moore, to Receive Courage Award

Tonight, film and television actor, Gary Ray Moore, will be presented with the Stephanie Digeno Courage Award from the Asheville Film Festival. Moore, best known for his role as Jack Warton on Netflix’s House of Cards, recently overcame his battle with cancer and is the first recipient of this Courage Award. The Tidbit spoke with…

The Tidbit’s Guide To Being a Movie/TV Extra

It was August of 2012 the first time I had a true, introspective evaluation of “what the heck am I doing with my life?” I had just started my freshman year of college at Illinois State University, majoring in special education, but none of what was happening was sitting right with me. After a few days…

The Tidbit’s Guide to ’90s Sitcom Locations in NYC

Last summer, I visited New York City for the very first time. Being that New York is the city that never sleeps, I had a long list of things I wanted to see during this long weekend. However, being such a film and TV nerd, I always try to see any possible filming locations while…

The 2018 Little Italy Festa on Taylor St.

“Leave the gun, take the cannoli” Last night marked the start of the 2018 Little Italy Festa on Taylor Street. I’m 50 percent Italian, and was only 50 percent aware that this festival even existed. However, now that I’ve made a visit, I can safely say that I will be back. Taylor Street, what was…

Eric Dash Discusses New Music and What the Future Holds

The Tidbit had the pleasure of interviewing musician, Eric Dash – known for hit songs: “Freedom”, “One Word Bomb”, and “Rich Girl”. Dash’s interest in music began at a young age, around the time he saw his first concert, No Doubt, at the age of 8 (his favorite No Doubt song at the time was…

Carol Burnett Sells Out Chicago Theatre and is As Fabulous As Ever

The Chicago Theatre was alive with laughter on a rainy June night, as comedy legend Carol Burnett, 85, conducted a Q&A with a sold out crowd. The audience, comprised of approximately 3,600 people ranging in ages with single digits to ages near triple, had the opportunity to ask Ms. Burnett their best questions. The stage…