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Getting Smart About Reality Television

I was watching The Real Housewives of Atlanta one day and I honestly could not believe that I had stooped so low as to watch this program. In fact, I ask myself, what is the allure for anyone to watch "fake reality" shows? The reason why I say "fake reality" is because these so-called reality shows are centered on a certain theme or a scripted event. Show More Summary

Tribe Society: Music That Might Make A Difference

Corporate Takedowns. The Illuminati. Super-villain cops caught on cell phone cameras. All current cultural heavyweights that are animated into band Tribe Society's music video for their single 'Kings' off their new EP, Lucid Dreams.Show More Summary

The MovieFilm Podcast: Taking Aim at Terminator Genisys

Prepare to be terminated! For this week's super-sized show, the MovieFilm gang is joined by Taz Ahmed and Zahra Noorbakhsh, hosts of the #GoodMuslimBadMuslim Podcast for a fun and free-flowing conversation that covers Full House, Magic Mike, and Fifty Shades of Grey. Show More Summary

Heitor Pereira's Music for 'Minions'

Heitor Pereira is the Brazilian composer who created the music for Minions, and for its two Despicable Me predecessors. He spoke to me about some of the 1960's classic songs on the soundtrack of the new film and creating music that is...Show More Summary

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: This is Melissa Etheridge

"I wish there was a way to know that you're in 'The Good Old days' before you've actually left them." - Andy Bernard, The Office That quote from the last episode of the beloved comedy always gets me because each day I feel that way. Case in point: any time I hear music from the early-to-mid 1990s - I'm transported to an era of alt-rock and grunge. Show More Summary

10 Things I learned About Kim Kardashian West

I attended Kim Kardashian West Live at the Castro Theater In San Francisco on June 30th. She was signing her book, Selfish and was interviewed by Judge LaDoris Cordell outgoing San Jose Police Independent Auditor. Here are 10 things I learned: 1. Show More Summary

Pixar Depression

If you saw Pixar's Inside Out at the Grove Movie Theater in Los Angeles last Friday, you should know that the middle aged woman sobbing in the back row was me. But in all seriousness who didn't love Disney's latest film? I spotted this gem of a parody written by Shirin Najafi. Show More Summary

Of Good Stock: Come and Smell the Bacon

Melissa Ross' new play, Of Good Stock, a Manhattan Theater Club production, directed by Lynne Meadow, belongs to the genre of literature that illuminates family misery as unique, and universal. Three sisters, the Stocktons, daughters...Show More Summary

First Nighter: Ellen Greene, Jake Gyllenhaal in Lovable "Little Shop of Horrors" Revival

What follows is an unadulterated rave for the Encores! Off-Center presentation, at City Center, of the beloved Howard-Ashman-Alan Menken Little Shop of Horrors, as adapted from the 1960 Roger Corman movie. But if I were you, I'd stop reading right now and hustle to the theater to grab whatever tickets are available. Show More Summary

"Faith of Our Fathers" Tests the Patience of Even the Most Devout

Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Faith of Our Fathers" (Pure Flix Entertainment) "Faith of Our Fathers" is a movie with a lot of potential. Its story deals with two men searching for the truth about their deceased fathers. There are strong...Show More Summary

More Than a Feeling: The Importance (and Necessity) of Pixar's Inside Out

As children, the movies we often watch portray a few big pictures, both literally and figuratively. If things are going well, you are happy; if you are angry, you will probably get in trouble when you pick a fight, and you aren't really...Show More Summary

Imagine Dragons, Metric, Halsey at Barclays Center

Last night, Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons lit up the stage with smoke and mirrors--as their tour and last album title suggests. They were supported by opening acts Halsey and Metric. It was an absolute blast. Imagine Dragons Metric Halsey All photos by DeShaun Craddock. Show More Summary

Their Eyes Were Watching You

If a century of movies has taught us anything about watching and being watched, it's that we should be more careful. By Shari Kizirian 'The Tenants' More than a century ago, people across the world passed in front of the Lumières' camera. Show More Summary

The Ten Most Stylish Guys in Movie History

They say that clothes make the man. They also make the man in the movie and, sometimes, even make the movie itself live on in the annals of classic filmdom. With that in mind, here are a list of ten gents and the characters they played who changed our sartorial habits forever. Show More Summary

The Sad Passing Of Chris Squire Reminds Us That Yes Belongs In The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Yes co-founder and bassist Chris Squire died last week at age 67. Along with Genesis, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, the Moody Blues, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, King Crimson, and Rush, the British band Yes was a pioneer in progressive rock and influenced many artists. Show More Summary

Zaki's Review: Terminator Genisys

In 1984's The Terminator, director James Cameron's masterpiece of high tension and big ideas, there's a moment when Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn), soldier from 2029 come back to present day Los Angeles, is trying to explain the threat presented...Show More Summary

Healing Vigilante: 7 Things We Can All Learn From the Movie Inside Out

Photo found on This is a cute movie - colorful, silly, good storyline. Well-played, Disney. Throw Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling into the mix and there's enough money to feed a gazillion hungry kids (hint, hint). Show More Summary

CardoCamp Gives Away Epic Recording Session to Help New Musicians

The technological revolution has lead to an over-saturated music industry. While not necessarily a negative thing as more musicians are given a greater opportunity to be heard, it does make sifting through the rigamarole a challenge....Show More Summary

You Know It's Gonna Get Stranger, Let's Get on With the Show! Experiencing the Grateful Dead Experience

I wait with excited and eager anticipation to enjoy the final fare-thee-well festivities in Soldier Field, the final run of the Grateful Dead. A great deal has been said already about the quality of the shows in Santa Clara and the imminent ones in Chicago. Show More Summary

The Mother Lode

I am thirty-five, single, and I have no children. The closest thing to a child that I have is my incredibly adorable dog whom I love to dote on. I make this confession because even with this fully disclosed, I find myself strangely connected and drawn to Bravo's new family-centric scripted series Odd Mom Out. Show More Summary

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