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New Artist Reviews: The Clear

The beauty of America is in the eyes of the beholder. Despite its massive debts, processed foods, poverty and unbalanced government, there is a spirit that America exudes which draws approximately 67 million tourists and up to 900,000 immigrants per year. Show More Summary

Great Conversations: Pierce Brosnan

I interviewed Pierce Brosnan in conjunction with his third outing as James Bond, in Michael Apted's "The World Is Not Enough," in 1999. Brosnan was alternately charming, erudite, thoughtful and intense during our two hour chat. His native...Show More Summary

A Peek Inside the Film "Independence Day: Resurgence"

Rmember 1996? An invention called the DVD launched in Japan. A new group called the Spice Girls made a splash with their first hit song, "Wannabe." A little-known auction and shopping website named eBay was created. And a movie called Independence Day about an alien attack and the people fighting to save the planet, exploded into theaters. Show More Summary

Growing Up Is Hard to Do

The aesthetics of cinema's bildungsroman. By Shari Kizirian 'Mommy' Mystery. Angst. Wonder. And the occasional burst of joy. It's what filmmakers seem to focus on in their portrayals of childhood. Think feathers floating down aroundShow More Summary

Why Orange Is the New Black Is a Huge Gift

Season 3 just premiered in its entirety online, and many viewers have already finished binge watching Netflix's hit show. I have finished quite awhile ago and I am still amazed. Here is why Orange Is The New Black can widely be considered as our generation's gem. Clearly, this has been the most emotional, most in depth season yet. Show More Summary

To Taylor, Love David

Dearest Taylor: I'm writing because, like many others, I saw the love letter you penned to Apple in defense of "independent" artists, everywhere. And what a well written and well thought-out letter it was. However, between you and me,...Show More Summary

Miles Davis At Newport: Chats with George Wein, David Benoit and Stevie Holland, Plus Fireship, Labor Camp and Delta Deep Exclusives

A Conversation with George Wein Mike Ragogna: George, you're associated with the creation of the new box set Miles Davis At Newport 1955-1975. What was it like for you the first time you saw him at Newport? George Wein: This was back in 1955, and Miles didn't have a band. Show More Summary

Bachelorette Recap: The Amazing Nickerdoodle

We open with Ian continuing his narcissistic monologue from last time.  He is really a piece of work.  He tells Kaitlyn she's all surface.  So is his receding hairline.  He attacks Kaitlyn for wanting a funny guy and not a balding narcissist. Show More Summary

We Need More Than Miles Morales as Spider-Man

"With great power comes great responsibility." Those words, the most recognizable in all of comic book lore, are the guiding principle behind arguably the greatest superhero ever to grace the page. Spider-Man has been an icon for kids and adults the world over, of all colors and creeds. Show More Summary

Gothard Sisters' New CD Inspired by "Love of Simple, Timeless, and Transcendent Things"

Photo by Gabriel Bienczycki, Zebra Visual The Gothard Sisters, three sisters who are "multi-instrumentalist Celtic-influenced folk musicians, songwriters, and performers from the Pacific Northwest, USA," have a new CD out this week, Mountain Rose (released Tuesday, June 23, 2015). Show More Summary

The Internet Opens a Window to the Deaf World

While mainstream media still struggles to integrate diversity into programming, the internet offers a vastly different experience. People around the globe, of all backgrounds and abilities, are uploading original new content every day, smashing boring stereotypes and changing the way we view different cultures. Show More Summary

From Small Day to Sonar: Festival Season Is in Full Swing

Summer is officially here and that means more festivals than you can count and live music almost everywhere you turn. Growing up in Texas, Lollapalooza was the only festival I ever attended. Sure, we had a ton of live outdoor concerts, but "the festival" is a completely different beast here in Europe. Show More Summary

Emmys Watch 2015 and The Walking Dead

It's the highest rated cable TV show that's been continuing on an upward trajectory since its pilot episode aired on October 31, 2010. And while technically already having won two Emmys, both Creative Arts Emmys in 2011 and 2012, The...Show More Summary

Getting "Lucky" With Jackie Collins: The Legendary Writer Opens Up About Her New Book, Life And Men

A funny thing happened during my interview with Jackie Collins at her hotel on Manhattan's Upper East Side on a humid Monday morning. A few minutes after sitting down in a secluded corner in the lounge it became apparent that this wasn't...Show More Summary

Jurassic World and the State of the World

In preparation for viewing Jurassic World, and being in Kauai/Hawaii where the first Jurassic Park was filmed, I saw the old movie again and then its sequel, and then I saw the blockbuster. Oh what a disappointment. After 20 years, to...Show More Summary

Forever Young: Rock and Roll As the Antidote to Aging

A few weeks ago I was visiting a friend in Los Angeles who had recently retired after a lifetime of working in the music industry. Before my visit I had spotted her in a documentary film about an iconic recording session in the 1980s with some of the top names in the business. Show More Summary

6 Ways to Improve Your Career as an Artist in the Music Industry

I was walking down the aisle of our local grocery store focused heavily on the items on the shelves on either side while my wife strolled a few paces behind looking at our shopping list. My cell phone rang a familiar ring tone of a close industry friend. Show More Summary

Un-True Detective: HBO Noir Series Misses the Mark

The Stars of True Detective Season Two: Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Vince Vaughn Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey in Season One of True Detective. Although the second season of True Detective on HBO has aShow More Summary

Go Inside 8 Amazing Celebrity Homes Up for Sale

By Architectural Digest. (photo: courtesy of Remax) BETTE DAVIS, CAPE ELIZABETH, MAINE Oscar-winning actress Bette Davis's former home on Cape Elizabeth, Maine, is for sale. The coastal residence has views of Casco Bay from every room...Show More Summary

Club Kids and Couch Potatoes: How Experiential Is Your City?

The U.S. is a country of wildly diverse interests, tastes and obsessions. Bull riding? Knitting? Nordic dance? All three? That's America in a nutshell. Recent university research shows that no matter where you live, live experiences make us more happy than owning things. Show More Summary

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