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Digging Deep on Swimmin' Time, Shovels & Rope Kick Some Grass

For a married couple of countrified rock 'n' rollers who stick to the bare essentials while taking turns banging the beaten drums and trading off other instruments onstage that look like hand-me-downs, Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent...Show More Summary

Definitive Proof that Rory Gilmore and Hermione Granger Would Be Best Friends

1. Seven seasons. Seven books. Did we just become best friends? If you're a true Potter fan, you know the significance of this powerful number and that coincidences such as these should never be overlooked. 2. Books galore. Rory and Hermione both have a book collection that would make Belle jealous. Show More Summary

Primetime Emmy Bash Ruled by the Color 'Orange'

("Orange is the New Black" cast members enjoy the moment with Angela Bassett and Sarah Paulson/Credit: Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images?) Saturday night saw yet another in a string of Emmy bashes. There was the Women in Film soiree going on at Gracias Madre, and the Entertainment Tonight party over at Fig and Olive. Show More Summary

The Funny Politics of Faith and Change: An Interview With Cherien Dabis

May in the Summer is a comedic drama about a Palestinian-American writer who goes home to Jordan for her wedding. The unconventional bride's impending nuptials are the inopportune occasion to air out the cooped up emotions of a broken family who still love each other -- in the middle of a scorching summer. Show More Summary

Orange is the New Black: Howard Jones is Bringing Synthy Back

When Howard Jones asked his fans on Facebook to wear orange to his performances this summer, he was not alluding to the HBO series about women in prison. The 59-year-old British pop star - who sported a spiky mullet in the 1980s when...Show More Summary

The 2014 Emmys: An Okay Show, But Was It Really Appropriate to Single Out Robin Williams?

Watching the Emmys was for me a mixed bag, with Seth Meyers struggling with pat jokes contrasted with Bryan Cranston bringing down the house with laughter as he passionately smooched Julia Louis-Dreyfus as she mounted the stairs to retrieve her Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy for Veep. Show More Summary

Friends, Rain Plans, Love Songs & Lullabies: Conversations with Smokey Robinson, Israel Nash & Darryl Tookes

A Conversation with Smokey Robinson Mike Ragogna: Just the other day, I picked up your Icon sampler, the little collection that Universal released. Though I know all those songs by heart by now, it never fails, I'm always hearing something new in them whether it's in what you did in the music or lyrics. Show More Summary

All the Doors to Hollywood and How to Open Them -- Set Decorator

What does a Set Decorator do? "Well", says Set Decorator TRICIA SCHNEIDER, "it's sort of like a perpetual scavenger hunt. I discuss with the Director and the Production Designer all the things that will add to the script, or fill in the blank spots -- all the between-the-lines elements. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Why the VMAs No Longer Matter

If video really did kill the radio star, MTV may have in turn killed its own creation: the video. For years, of course, the network has seemingly been video-phobic, devoting nearly all of its time to reality shows, scripted dramas and other programs that beg the question of why the letter "M" still appears in its name. Show More Summary

Little Known Band Hits Big With ESPN

Photo courtesy of Street Invasion While watching sports on ESPN, you might have noticed a catchy little tune promoting either the U.S. Open, Major League Baseball or the NFL. The song, "NY Anthem" is not by Carrie Underwood or FaithShow More Summary

Belle Donna

Balancing your life between all of the daily obstacles is never easy. But when you're a Jersey Belle, you face them balls to the wall with no apologies. Each Monday on Bravo we get to see Jaime Primak Sullivan juggle being a mom, publicist,...Show More Summary

Outlander Episode 3 Review: Faith vs Logic

To better understand the analysis in this review, be sure to read this synopsis Of "The Way Out" (Outlander Episode 3) before reading it if you haven't seen it yet! As a woman who embraces her career as a nurse, Claire bases her beliefs on scientific fact. Show More Summary

10 Things I Learned From Mary Lambert's, Body Love

I was privileged to catch an intimate performance by singer/songwriter/spoken word artist Mary Lambert this afternoon. At 25, she's the inverse of the age I'll be turning this Saturday. Yet the maturity that comes out of her lyrics flipped me upside down. Show More Summary

George Takei Humbled "to Be Takei"

By Brian D'Ambrosio George Takei learned from his father that one could best get what one desired by expressing what they want rather than complaining about the way things are. From Takekuma Norman Takei, George also learned the usefulness...Show More Summary

Satellite of Love: A Playlist for Your Emmy Parties

"Do you know we are ruled by T.V." Jim Morrison once wrote in a poem called "American Prayer, and today is the day when TV truly rules in America -- the Emmy Awards hosted by the very funny Seth Meyers. I will be there watching the Monday...Show More Summary

Hannah Thomas Is a Little Bit Country, a Little Bit Rock and Roll

Author's Note: This post originally appeared on The L Stop, and is presented with modifications with the express permission of the Editor. I was tempted to call Hannah Thomas an emerging singer/songwriter, and then I heard her sing.Show More Summary

'Chrisley Knows Best' Season 2 Secrets Revealed

"The Patriarch of Perfection" is back! Chrisley Knows Best returns to USA Network on Tuesday, Oct. 14 for its second season premier with two back-to-back episodes. The reality series was picked up for a 12-episode second season order,...Show More Summary

The LeftoversRecap: Are You Ready? in 'Garveys At Their Best'

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 1, Episode 9 of HBO's The Leftovers, titled "The Garveys At Their Best." There are so many things the leftovers used to do before the day the world ended: drink 7Up, buy puppies, watch cat videos, go to therapy, throw surprise videos. Show More Summary

The Giver - an Intense Film About the Effects of Accepting the Good and Bad Memories of Life

Based on Lois Lowry's book, this highly anticipated film tells the story of a perfect world where everyone is happy. When Jonas is 12 years old, he's chosen to be the community's Receiver of Memories where he learns about pain, sadness, war and all the unhappy truths of the "real" world. Show More Summary

My Unpopular Opinion: Managing Expectations and 'Boyhood'

As a fan of Richard Linklater I was pumped to finally get a chance to view Boyhood back in July. Since then, I have kept my thoughts regarding the film to myself. However, with the talk of Oscar buzz, it's time to go public with my unpopular opinion. Boyhood was good. Show More Summary

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