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How a Plane Crash in Fargo Led to the Making of "No Escape"

There was just something in the tone of my mom's voice on the answering machine that August afternoon in 2000. I could tell it was bad. Really bad. I knew the moment I called back my life would change forever. And I was right. "Johnny, you need to call me right away. Show More Summary

The Simple Question That Helped My Marriage

"Don't go to bed angry." This was the advice Jill and I heard the most from married couples during our engagement. "Make time for each other," was another oft-cited piece of wisdom. "Have lots of crazy sex every single night," said no one. Show More Summary

Does Alien Life Exist? 'Independence Day: Resurgence' Stars Share Their Views

Just last month astrophysicist Stephen Hawking announced that he was supporting a $100 million program to investigate extraterrestrial life. Russian venture capitalist and physicist, Yuri Milner, is funding the project. The initiative...Show More Summary

LOVE MAKER -- Ep.7

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First Nighter: A. R. Gurney's "Love & Money" Doesn't Buy Happiness

When Love & Money begins with Cornelia Cunningham (Maureen Anderman) confronting lawyer Harvey Abel (Joe Paulik) over the disposition of her will, it looks as if the new A. R. Gurney play is going to be substantive. Cornelia, you see,...Show More Summary

Does Flouting 'Political Correctness' Work Both Ways?

The right wing web site mrconservative.com praised Donald Trump for flouting political correctness in discussing "the Muslim problem" with Bill O'Reilly. The right similarly applauds Trump as he scores against the plague of political...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is No 'Good Soldier'

Many in the GOP High Command are distraught that their party's frontrunner for the 2016 Presidential nomination, real estate magnate Donald Trump, will not agree emphatically to support the party's eventual nominee (should Trump himself not be nominated) and will not rule out waging a potential third party bid. Show More Summary

What Donald Trump and Ashley Madison Have In Common

Okay, you've seen the headline. So what do The Donald and Ashley Madison have in common? Easy. They both appeal to our "shadow" side. That side of us that makes us sign up to cheat on the spouses we say we love, and possibly ruin the family we say we care more about than anything else in the whole world. Show More Summary

The Pearl S. Buck Starts Here

Daniel Ezralow photo credit: Jason Woodruff I've come to accept the fact that culturally we are stuck with the Kardashians, Duck Dynasty and yes - America's Newest Weatherman. However, it doesn't mean we should forget or ignore our rich history and the people who have made significant contributions to society. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Endgame

Donald Trump does not want to be President. After listening to his Alabama rally speech it is obvious that he has no political ideology. He spent more time promoting his book "The Art of the Deal" than talking policy. Trump is not into politics. Show More Summary

Michele Lee Returns to Broadway in Wicked

When Michele Lee did her show at 54 Below this past June, celebrating Cy Coleman just a stone's throw from Broadway, she was secretly planning to return to star in Wicked as Madame Morrible--a schoolmistress cum sorcerer. As the character's name suggests she's marvelous as she is horrible. Show More Summary

On Immigration: Mr. Trump, You're Wrong

The border is part of me. It represents my roots, my home and my work as a founding member of the Colibrí Center for Human Rights, a nonprofit partnering with families in search of loved ones who died or disappeared crossing the border. Show More Summary

"Skin Wars: Fresh Paint" Challenges Real Art Critic Mat Gleason

This morning, I nearly choked on my cocktail olive when the international ArtNet News headline flared across the screen, "Art-Themed Bodypainting Show Skin Wars: Fresh Paint to Feature RuPaul and Mat Gleason." The art world's Mat Gleason...Show More Summary

Not So Good Vibrations: 'Love and Mercy' -- The Brian Wilson/Beach Boy Movie

Do you need to have been a Beach Boys fan to go on the ride this film offers? It helps, but it's not at all necessary. Hardly anyone will not be familiar with the melody or lyrics of some of the Beach Boys' -- and their lead composer...Show More Summary

23 Year-Old Jordanian Singer Songwriter Jaafar Smashes Into the U.S. with His New Single 'Sixteen'

Jordanian chart-topping singer-songwriter & producer, Jaafar, discusses his new single "Sixteen" and his upcoming debut album. Jaafar's Website. I wasn't looking for a different type of music to listen to. My loyal readers know I love metal, hard rock, 80s, hip hop, rap and reggae. Then pow. Show More Summary

MOSS --Ep.7

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Donald Trump Can Be Stopped -- Draft Kim Kardashian

With Donald Trump leading the presidential race in the Republican Party by a "huge" margin, the Democratic Party needs to get serious here and produce a world-class elite candidate who can compete down at this level. The obvious choice is Kim Kardashian. Kim would wrest media coverage away from Trump. Show More Summary

TNT Actor Raphael Sbarge Is a Harlem Broadway Baby -- Part II

Raphael Sbarge plays David Molk in TNT's Murder in the First. Raphael founded the nonprofit organization Green Wish. In Part I of my interview with Raphael Sbarge, we learned about his nonprofit organization Green Wish. Raphael alsoShow More Summary

'Murder in the First' Actor Raphael Sbarge Is in a Comic Book! -- Part I

Raphael Sbarge plays David Molk in TNT's Murder in the First. Raphael founded the nonprofit organization Green Wish. Photo by Brandin Photography. Raphael Sbarge is one of the rare oddities of the world. I'm saying this because his interview answers came over without any errors! Raphael likes to talk a lot, so he's my kind of guy. Show More Summary

Ex Machina Again?: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of The Machine

"The Machine, Dan? The Machine? Surely you must mean Ex Machina, the dark, sensual drama about a young programmer falling into the thrall of an eerily human-like android, the film that grabbed so much attention earlier this year. That's the film you're talking about, right?" No, no I'm actually talking about The Machine, another film entirely. Show More Summary

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