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Exclusive Interview With Amy Poehler on her book, Yes Please, and More

Amy Poehler has numerous titles and accolades next to her name - she received a Golden Globe award and five consecutive Emmy nominations for her role as Leslie Knope on the hit show Parks and Recreation, is the host and producer of her...Show More Summary

Season of the Wytch: Scott Snyder and Jock Talk Their New Series WYTCHES

Wolfman and Pérez. Claremont and Byrne. Johns and Lee. Levitz and Giffen. Lee and Kirby. As any fanboy (or girl) knows, that lineup of names amounts to a murderer's row of classic comic book dream teams, now we can add Snyder and Jock. Show More Summary

Christians in the Music Industry

As a business man, my entire life and working with Fortune 500 companies, I was taught through men's groups and church leaders to always be a witness in the workplace. Whenever I had the opportunity to share my faith, I should wait patiently for the door to open in a conversation with a non-believer and do what God asked us to do... Show More Summary

As Berlin Marks Fall of the Wall: The Secret Police Document on Bob Dylan

Next week, all of Germany -- and the rest of the world, at a distance -- will mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of Berlin Wall in 1989. Much has been written about it and much more to come in the following days. One angle you may...Show More Summary

Interview - Tony Gilroy: 'No smart big movies'

Tony Gilroy made an appearance this week at The Picture House Film Club in Pelham, NY, where we screened Nightcrawler, which he produced for his brother Dan Gilroy, who wrote and directed. (Dan's twin, John, was the editor.) Gilroy,Show More Summary

EXCLUSIVE Song Premiere: iamNateAllen Featured Solo Artist

"I think it's important to think about the fact that a white man can openly carry a gun into a business and be celebrated and a black man can be shot to death for suspicion of having a gun" - Nate Allen When people hear Nate Allen, they...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Laggies Oh Please!

Keira Kneightly is a good actress and a joy to watch, but mediocre dialogue and this story line cannot be cured by her beauty. She is not that pretty. She needs better material or her career will plummet to the depths. Laggies, written while yawning by Andrea Seigel, is about a twenty something, Megan (Keira Kneightly), facing an age crisis. Show More Summary

It's About So More Than Music for Festival Promoter Paul Levine

Paul Levine with his partners Michael Berg and Leif Moravy at Suwannee Hulaween Paul Levin is a man who is in love with live music. He has successfully taken his passion for live music and turned it into a successful career as a music festival promoter. Show More Summary

Helena Rubinstein at the Jewish Museum: Mascara for the Masses

In a week when talk focused on the revamping of Renee Zellweger's face, whether or not the Oscar winning actress went generic with plastic surgery, a voice from history affirmed choice for women of all ages and economics when it comes...Show More Summary

5 Best Zombie Lit Books

October can mean so many things, such as fall festivals, candy apples, and crisp weather, but more than anything October is the month of zombies. Goblins and witches have had their moment in the spotlight, but now zombies are America's latest creepy infatuation. Show More Summary

The Best Locked-Room Mysteries: When Impossible Crimes Aren't

I don't care how old we get -- as long as we retain a sense of wonder, we'll stay young and live a happier life than those too-cool-for-school cynics who have a weary, ho-hum, is-that-all-there-is response to magic shows, fireworks,Show More Summary

Hal Sparks talks about the serious side of making sitcoms

Since he's a relatively youthful 45 year-old, it's genuinely hard to think of Hal Sparks as an elder statesman of broadcasting. But then again, given that Sparks booked his first professional TV hosting gig while still in high school...Show More Summary

Citizenfour: The Spy Who Was Never Out in the Cold

Officers of the CIA's clandestine service are often warned: don't fall in love with your agents. This cautionary advice is meant to be interpreted literally and figuratively. In Laura Poitras' compelling, controversial, and ultimately...Show More Summary

Cosby Has No One to Blame But Cosby for His Sullied Image

For decades Bill Cosby has been enshrined as America's most treasured TV Dad, the quintessential symbol of all that is good and wholesome in family values conscious America. The adulation for Cosby is so colossal and enduring that he's been rewarded with yet another run at a TV series and a widely acclaimed biography. Show More Summary

I Went to the Appalachian Queer Film Festival

Photo credit: Valentina I. Valentini I wasn't nervous about going to rural West Virginia until people asked me if I was. "They do a lot of pills," my sister said. "They drink a lot," said someone else. "Watch out for weirdos," I wasShow More Summary


They mostly come out at night, under the cloak of darkness. They swarm around dead bodies and carnage. Around the wounded, the maimed, the vulnerable. They're hated by some, loathed by others. No, not vultures. Not vampires. Crime journalists. Show More Summary

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Tango Once Again in Serena

Just when you think Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper can't appear together in another movie, out pops another. In the third film that Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper have starred in, Serena is a dark, somber film focused on emotional entanglements with the slight feel of an independent film. Show More Summary

What to Watch This Halloween

Whether you're a scaredy cat or a black cat, we're taking care of your viewing needs this All Hollows' Eve. Using our scientifically calibrated Scare-O-Meter, we've ranked some of the best Halloween content out there. Check out all the...Show More Summary

Nightcrawler -- Movie Review

Jake Gyllenhall plays a news prowler in Nightcrawler Why do we click the video that says NSFW (not safe for work)? Why must we see the awful clip everyone's talking about? Nightcrawler, the new film starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, is an excellent ride that takes you to places you don't want to go to, to explore this question. Show More Summary

Theater: "Father Comes Home" Hits It Out Of The Park(s); "Disgraced" Disappoints

FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS PARTS 1, 2 & 3 1/2 out of DISGRACED out of FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS PARTS 1, 2 & 3 1/2 out of PUBLIC THEATER The Public is the place to be for theater-lovers in New York right now. Last week they premiered The Fortress Of Solitude, the best new musical of the year. Show More Summary

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