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How Universal Studios Hollywood Uses Krusty Burger to Keep Theme Park Guests from Peeking at Harry Potter

Tomorrow night, "The Simpsons" kicks off its 27th season on Fox with an episode entitled "Every Man's Dream." Coincidentally, West Coast-based fans of this animated Fox animated comedy have been dreaming for decades now about getting the chance to visit Springfield (i.e., that hyper-detailed burg that Bart, Lisa, Maggie, Marge and Homer call home). Show More Summary

Donald Trump Channels Occupy Wall Street, and The Revolt Against The Ruling Elite

Four years ago, the Occupy Wall Street movement was summarily dismissed as utterly nihilistic -- having no focus, no program and no lasting legacy. But the current presidential campaign has shown how foolish that analysis was. Today,...Show More Summary

Why I Support Michael B. Jordan and Not Internet Hype

Michael B. Jordan is my friend. I'll say that right now. Up front. We don't talk often. We don't text. But when we see each other it's a warm catch up session, heartfelt "I'm so glad to see you's, and the deep knowing that we have someone rooting for us when we depart. Show More Summary

Actor Nikola Kent Plays a Tough Guy on Ray Donovan

Catch Nikola Kent on Showtime's Ray Donovan. Nikola's Instagram Nikola's Website Photo by Diana Ragland. If you're a Ray Donovan fan, surely you've seen Nikola Kent kick some ass. I beat him up with crazy interview questions but I had...Show More Summary

Theatre Schmeater's Suddenly Last Summer Is An Intimate Thought Provoking Look at a Tennessee Williams' Classic

Seattle's Theatre Schmeater recently opened Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer in its small theater. The venue itself creates a show that is both intimate and personal to the audience, none of whom are more than five rows from the actors. And those actors do a great job of bringing this show and their characters to life. Show More Summary

Ain't No Stopping The Common Kings

I first interviewed the Common Kings on New Years Eve of 2014. Just like that interview, I had a great time chopping it up with them recently about what they have been up to and what is in store for them. These guys remain to be some of the most humblest, funniest, and most creative musicians I've had the honor of getting to know. Show More Summary

The Unexpected Queer Pleasures of Ryan Adams' Taylor Swift Cover Album

BY NICO LANG Ryan Adams and Taylor Swift might make for a seemingly unexpected mashup, but the pairing isn't all that unusual. Girl Talk's Feed the Animals and Night Ripper brought together acts as seemingly incongruous as Notorious B.I.G., Aphex Twin, and Elton John to form something totally new and totally transcendent. Show More Summary

Gulf Coast Soul Returns to Charm New York

Covering music showcases gets a little hectic. Between trying to learn all of the artists that may be playing on a given night, hastily scribbling interview notes while also snapping photographs, multi-tasking is a job requirement. But...Show More Summary

Lil Dicky's '$ave Dat Money' Video Reveals an Ugly Truth About Hip-Hop and Race

BY RAMON RAMIREZ It's a slimy art to put hip-hop's swagger-fueled materialism on trial as an outsider. No matter how earnest, learned, and well-intentioned the resulting song is: Preach fiscal responsibility to rap fans and you might...Show More Summary

Broadway's Biff

Samuel "Biff" Liff April 14, 1919 - August 10, 2015 Everybody on Broadway knew Biff, or wanted to know Biff. A stage manager working on the summer stock circuit, he joined the Army Signal Corps in 1941 and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. Show More Summary

Podcast Reviews: Human Conversation and The New Hollywood

The simple act of conversation. That's really the essence of what comedic types Erin McGathy and Wayne Federman are up to each episode of Human Conversation. How's it different from the tsunami of other yakfest podcasts out there? First of all, the hosts are funny. Show More Summary

From Playboy to Plowboy: Chats with Meat Loaf, Buzz Cason, Patty Farmer and Brooke Annibale, Plus a Chris DuPont Exclusive

A Quick Chat with Meat Loaf Mike Ragogna: I think the first thing I have to ask you is what to call you... Mister Loaf? Marvin? Meat Loaf: I have been called Meat since about the fourth day of my life. I was born bright red. Some babies are. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday Jim Henson! Celebrate the Muppet Creator With His Great Quotes

Muppet creator Jim Henson was born on September 24, 1936. The late director, producer and writer who teamed up with Children's Television Workshop to produce Sesame Street is considered one history's greatest puppeteers. Henson, who died unexpectedly in 1990 from pneumonia when he was 53, also created the Muppet Show and the Muppet movies. Show More Summary

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Movie Review: The Intern

Photo Credit: Francois Duhamel ROBERT DE NIRO as Ben Whittaker and ANNE HATHAWAY as Jules Ostin in Warner Bros. Pictures' comedy "THE INTERN," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. 70 year old Ben Whitaker (Robert De Niro) is retired, recently widowed and seeking something more in his life. Show More Summary

Hollywood's Billion-Dollar Filmmakers

This article originally appeared on Inverse. By Sean Hutchinson The movies you loved most as a kid (and beyond) have made some old men very, very wealthy. A select few have moved past the mere hundreds of millions in net worth into the fickle Three Comma Club. Show More Summary

'The Martian' Author Andy Weir on How to Keep an Astronaut Busy

This article originally appeared on Inverse. By Sean Hutchinson Author Andy Weir is a former computer programmer who started working on a book idea in 2009 about an astronaut stranded on Mars. Six years later he's a full-time author with a pretty crackin' film adaptation of that book headed to theaters. Show More Summary

How 'Sicario' Fits Into 2015's Cartel Craze

This article originally appeared on Inverse. By Winston Cook-Wilson Currently, we're experiencing a small wave of drug cartel-centric entertainment: Netflix's popular original series, Narcos; Don Winslow's best-selling crime novel The Cartel; and now director Denis Villeneuve's taut, brutal Sicario. Show More Summary

Caitlyn Jenner Is Not a Perfect LGBT Rights Advocate

BY PRESTON MITCHUM In a recent interview with talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, Caitlyn Jenner revealed a surprising fact: The former Olympian and transgender icon did not always approve of same-sex marriage. In fact, she didn't come around on the issue until this June's Supreme Court decision,Obergefell v. Show More Summary

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