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Love in Action: Adrian Grenier

Adrian Grenier- The Cultural Creative Adrian Grenier is a multi-talented individual. Producer, director, actor, musician, humanitarian top the list of roles he performers in this world and he discusses most of them with Deepak Chopra...Show More Summary

Should Christians See Insurgent?

Insurgent already grossed 54 million dollars this weekend when it hit theaters, drawing teens, tweens and their parents to yet another young adult blockbuster based on a bestselling book series. But what about teens, tweens, and parents...Show More Summary

Thank You, Bruce Willis, For Making Bald Beautiful

Bruce Willis is a hair hero. I can think of no better way to celebrate Bruce Willis' 60th birthday than by thanking him for making the world better for bald men everywhere. Sure, a celebrity's birthday is an excellent opportunity to examine their professional work. Show More Summary

New Music Review: Mark Maze, Uncomfortable Truths

Artist: Mark Maze Album: Uncomfortable Truths Genre: Pop, Electric, R&B Release Date: January 2, 2015 Reviewer: Brandi Andres Find it at: Bandcamp and Soundcloud Just as an architect quietly evaluates the structural design of a fellow...Show More Summary

Cookie Lyon of Fox's 'Empire' Sheds Rare Light on Black Women's Incarceration and Reentry

Lee Daniels's blockbuster Empire, an over-the-top soap opera featuring a prominent African American family in the rap world, has tackled a variety of subjects that most mainstream black shows fear to tread -- such as homophobia and psychiatric...Show More Summary

'Looking' Being Canceled Is a Loss for the Gay Community

I'm going to open this with a confession: I actually enjoyed watching HBO's Looking. THERE, I said it: shame me. I thought the subtlety, the aimlessness (it is called "Looking," people) the sheer "why-the-fuck-is-this-character-doing-that"...Show More Summary

Cyberbullying Is Not a Joke: Celebrities and Public Figures Can Make a Difference

Sadly, we live in a culture of digital cruelty that no one is immune to. Whether you are a celebrity, the child of a sports figure or an average person trying to get through life -- you can be struck down by the emotional keystrokes of cyber-bullets. Internet trolls can quickly become cyber-mobs. Show More Summary

Shonda Rhimes Rocks America's House

I've been critical of Scandal when it's seemed to go off the rails, but last night Shonda Rhimes did some powerful cultural work. Many episodes ago, Cyrus Beene, White House Chief of Staff, got caught in a relationship with a male escort, Michael, who was being used against him in another one of Scandal's byzantine plots. Show More Summary

The Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival: From Vladimir Putin to Margaux Hemingway

I love the Thessaloniki documentary film festival: a chance to travel far, from a gorilla reserve in the Congo (the award-winning film Virunga) to a small town in Ukraine, where FEMEN activists bare their breasts to protest Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary

Theater: Radio City Springs New Tradition; The Elizabeth Moss Chronicles

NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR 1/2 out of THE HEIDI CHRONICLES out of THE TALLEST TREE IN THE FOREST 1/2 out of NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR 1/2 out of RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL Radio City Music Hall's New York Spring Spectacular has...Show More Summary

Quotes We Love From The Breakfast Club

Remember the great John Hughes film The Breakfast Club, in which five high school students (labeled as "the brain, the athlete, the basketcase, the princess and the criminal") are forced to peacefully coexist in Saturday detention? As...Show More Summary

Turner Classic Film Festival celebrates all aspects of Hollywood history

When it comes to the world of film, how exactly does one define a classic? "For some, it's that movie they grew up which they now want to share with their kids. For others, it's films that were made under the studio system back during...Show More Summary

Movie Review: 'Get Hard' ... Not Sure

Not sure about this one. Kevin Hart is terrific. Will Ferrell starts broad while setting up plot, but his performance is forced. Whereas Hart, who plays it straight, is a delight. Once the plot is in full swing Ferrell's comedic wings take off. Show More Summary

An Open Letter to 1D's Zayn Malik From a Mom

Dear Zayn, Normally when I have to talk with kids about a beloved pop star leaving the public eye, it's because they're dead. That seems to be the way it goes nowadays. A crazy rise to stardom, a seemingly never-ending series of stunts and stories to make them bigger, better, badder, crazier, more slutty, more sassy, more careless... Show More Summary

Get Hard: A Review

Pairing Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell is like mixing gasoline and fire. You know there's going to be an uncontrollable explosion. Though Get Hard's paint-by-numbers script is merely serviceable, and screen writer-turned director Etan Cohen (Tropic Thunder) hasn't a clue about what he's doing, the ebony and ivory actors pull this comedy off. Show More Summary

Why We Should All Aspire to Be More Like Colbie Caillat

I've been thinking about Colbie Caillat's song, "Try," ever since it came out on the radio. I kept writing it down in my notes on my iPhone to remind myself that this song, and the message it sends, should be acknowledged. This simple song is so powerful. Show More Summary

Not Quite the Big One: 'Sanford and Son' 38 Years Later

Thirty-eight years ago this week, Sanford and Son ended its historic television run after 136 groundbreaking episodes. The show was anchored by the incomparable Redd Foxx and then-rising-star Demond Wilson. While Sanford and Son does...Show More Summary

All About Martha: 'The Americans' Recap

NOTE: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 3 Episode 9 of FX's The Americans, titled "Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?" People are not being polite and things are getting really real as we head into season finale build up. Elizabeth spills all of her beans to an old lady she has to kill. Show More Summary

Life Priorities, When Chasing

I didn't read all 827 comments on the New York Times piece written by Angelina Jolie Pitt this week called Diary of a Surgery. But I read one by a person who was saying she should take into consideration that many people don't have the options she has. Tonight, after rebirthing a work dream, I got to relax for a few hours. Show More Summary

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper: Can Work Marriages Work?

The on-screen chemistry shared by actors Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper is so true to life, it is hard to believe it isn't real. The two can be seen everywhere from Silver Linings Playbook to American Hustle to their upcoming project Serena. Show More Summary

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