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Country Singer Found Laughter Even in Hard Times

The death of Australian singer-songwriter Audrey Auld shocked the country western music scene last year. Despite her passing, her fans continue to buy her CDs and visit her online memorial. Dallas music critic Mike Granberry, a contributor...Show More Summary

Downing A Last Dose Of Downton - Spoiler-Free For Those Still Watching

Social constriction by touchy-feely aristocrats as depicted in the series, Downton Abbey, concluded with gusto on British TV screens over Christmas, partly because, like a fading rose, its demise was palpably near. To never hear again...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead: An Appreciation of Rick Grimes, Part II of III

Rick and his group discover an abandoned prison to become a fortified home. Before that, they have to get rid of the walkers first. This begins part II, an appreciation of Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead, seasons 3 and 4. In season 3,...Show More Summary

10 Traps Screenwriters Need to Avoid

This Post originally appeared on the blog ScreenCraft. ScreenCraft is dedicated to helping screenwriters and filmmakers succeed through educational events, screenwriting competitions and the annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship program, connecting screenwriters with agents, managers and Hollywood producers. Show More Summary

A-Sides 'Cover On Demand' -- Filter's Richard Patrick Channels Oz and Bowie; Vancouver Artist Seeks Toronto Chick

Welcome to a new addition to "Cover-on-Demand." This segment asks artists to perform a song stuck in their head on the fly - whether it's a line, a verse, or the whole darn song. During the course of an interview, which...Show More Summary

Bob Elliott, Bob and Ray and the Fine Art of Knowing When Not to Shout

In an age that has grown increasingly loud, Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding never abandoned the magic of soft. Elliott, above left, died of throat cancer Tuesday at his home in Maine, age 92. He outlived Goulding by 26 years, but he never...Show More Summary

Hip-Hop Artist G-EAZY Spills on His Motivation Secrets and Successfully Having a Sold Out World Tour!

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REVIEW: Black Tiger Sex Machine: 'Welcome To Our Church'

We're just over a month into 2016 and I've already been presented with what I can only imagine will become known as one of the best electronic albums of the year. Black Tiger Sex Machine has garnered acclaim over the past year for their...Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Finest Hours...Don't Miss This One!

Excellent. The Finest Hours is a film about heroes--real in your face 3D IMAX heroes. Our Coast Guard. Their humility and selflessness deserve the highest praise. Take two friends so that you can talk, grab elbows and applaud as youShow More Summary

"Death of the Liberal Class": Best-Selling Book Inspires Provocative New Stage Drama

Robert Lyons' provocative drama "Death of the Liberal Class", directed by Jerry Heymann, enjoyed its World Premiere last week at New York City's New Ohio Theater. If the name of the play sounds familiar, it is because the show is inspired...Show More Summary

Universal Orlando Harry Potter Celebration unveils wizarding news, brings magic to life

A spell was cast over Orlando last weekend, but apparently none of them were Fidelius, Disillusionment nor Muggle-Repelling charms because thousands of wizards, witches, and wands were seen at Universal Orlando's third Celebration of Harry Potter. Show More Summary

If You Don't Really Mean Inclusion -- Shut the F%&# Up!

Racism! Sexism! Ageism! Ethno-male-white-euro-centrism. These are all very important topics when it comes to diversity and inclusion. The serious nature of these discussions is paramount to an equal society that represents and treats all people fairly. Show More Summary

David Bowie, New Yorker

1967 Once upon a time, not so very long ago, David Robert Jones was born to Peggy and John Jones in Brixton, southwest London. He was an imaginative child, by reports, and had musical aspirations as well as talent early on. His cousin...Show More Summary

Approaching 81, MOMA REELS Out Great Film!

Image courtesy of MOMA Did you know that MOMA, one of the United States preeminent showcase's for international cinema and leading institutions for film preservation in the world is going on its 81st year? Their treasure trove of films is an endless oasis of early to present day cinema from classic to experimental genres. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Rupert Grint, Harry Potter cast discuss character's dark future - and if they'd join Star Wars

Rupert Grint was 11-years old when he was cast as Ron Weasley in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in 2000. Now, it has been nearly 16 years since he first landed the job, and almost five since his final turn as creator J.K. Rowling's character in 2011's Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows - Part 2. Show More Summary

The Man in the Golden Tower

Mark Twain once wrote: "the only difference between reality and fiction is that fiction needs to be credible." So let's take a look at the political scene we have today and set it against the backdrop of a movie studio. A writer is pitching a studio executive an idea for a new movie. Show More Summary

Three Must-Do's Before Producing Your Music

You love to write music. You have the gift of taking the emotions of your story and putting it on paper; then paired with musical notes that tumble across the pages. Soon your composition is brilliantly written and you know that today, with this one song, you are going to be the next artist to walk across the Grammy stage. Show More Summary

I'd Rather Live Downstairs at Downton

Like so many other loyal public television viewers out there (and by that I mean those of us who didn't know where to find the PBS channel on our television until Downton Abbey came on the scene five year ago), I too have become obsessed with the goings on in the world's most famous country estate. Show More Summary

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