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Dancing To Her Own Beat: Q & A with Actress/Musician/Humanitarian Maria Conchita Alonso

Just two years after immigrating to the United States, Cuban born, and Venezuelan raised, Maria Conchita Alonso, made her Hollywood film debut in 1984's Moscow On The Hudson alongside Robin Williams. Since then, the feisty, passionate...Show More Summary

Annabelle's Curse turns series of accidents into pure, musical magic

Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia-based alt-folk band Annabelle's Curse isn't so much a curse as a happy accident. A series of accidents actually. One of the original group's founders guitarist Zack Edwards explains that he showed up on the...Show More Summary

What's the Significance of Hannibal Lecter's Keen Sense of Smell?

Why did the writers of Hannibal give Hannibal such a keen sense of smell? Is their symbolic significance to this? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique...Show More Summary

Checking Out The New Web Talk Show '30ish'

(30ish co-hosts Tony Moore, Rasha Goel, Maria Provenzano, Steven Helmkamp and Niena Drake) Anyone who is a child of the 90s will soon hit (or has hit) an age milestone in his or her life: Turning 30. While this writer has yet to hitShow More Summary

Danny Meyer Talks Tipping and the Economics of Shake Shack at Guild Hall

Refusing to call his many restaurants a vast empire, Danny Meyer in conversation with Florence Fabricant last Sunday at Guild Hall, referred to his Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, Untitled at the Whitney, The Modern, Blue Smoke and Jazz Standard, Marta, Maialino, and the popular Shake Shacks, to name a few, as his collection. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Ben Hur... Endure For The Chariot Race, But You Knew That!

Yes. Ben Hur's famed chariot race is worth the wait and what a wait it is. Slow plodding Ben Hur directed by Timu Bekmambetov misses on many counts, but the chariot race is spectacular. Never mind that Judah Ben Hur played by Jack Huston is missing in gravitas and star power. Show More Summary


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Rhonda Ross Marches To Her Own Drumbeat Of Life

Rhonda Ross just wrapped up a summer tour which brought her to large, iconic festivals in Aspen and Chicago and to smaller venues dotting America's heartland. Audiences were treated to songs from her new CD, In Case You Didn't Know, a collection of diverse music; some addressing the political, adversarial and often violent signs of our time. Show More Summary

Josh Michaels Talks About His Upcoming Track "Awaken Now" from His EP Out Of The Deep Blue

A caring and committed citizen, he stands out among the New York musicians of his generation. Michaels dreams and touching past memories from his rocky journey in life are the primary motivation for his music. He is packed with talent...Show More Summary

Music Lovers Gather at 2016 Richmond Jazz Festival

On a hot mid-August summer weekend in Richmond, Virginia, thousands of music lovers gathered for the seventh annual Richmond Jazz Festival. They picnicked, socialized and strolled around the verdant lawns of the vast, 100-acre Maymont...Show More Summary

The MovieFilm Podcast: Suicide Squad Winds Down Summer!

The MovieFilm boys are back with their thoughts on the late summer smash Suicide Squad! Find out what we thought of the latest DC Comics adaptation as we offer our takes on what worked and what didn't. In addition, Zaki discusses why the fourth time may not be the charm when it comes to Matt Damon in Jason Bourne. Show More Summary

Grab Your Pitchforks: We've Got To Get Ellen

Here we go again. It is time to social media shame someone. This time it is Ellen DeGeneres. A woman who is unbelievably diverse, and a speaker for those without a voice. Go get the pitchforks because she posted a meme that was hysterical and should have elicited laughter, but rather has cause some to paint her as a racist. Show More Summary

FACE IT: Southern California Comes Of Stage

I review theatre in New York, primarily, on and off Broadway. Yet, I have to say two of the most interesting shows I have seen recently are currently performing at a tiny venue on Vermont Ave in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Show More Summary

The Evolution Of The Hit Show 'Celebrity Autobiography'

Brilliant ideas can be found in unexpected places. You just have to be open to them. Who would think that this one all started with Vanna Speaks, a memoir by Vanna White? "Merv says that he hired me because I turn the letters better than any of the two hundred other women who auditioned... Show More Summary

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Sweden's Ledinsky Sings About and Discusses Why Trump Makes Him Want to Smoke Crack

Years from now historians and pundits will look back at the 2016 presidential election, and likely let out a collective "what the what?" Heck, they're all doing it now. This whole race from the very beginning has been a cluster you know...Show More Summary

7 Reasons Why Dogs Are The Best

There are cat people, and then there are dog people. I like to consider myself a little bit of both, but having a dog is definitely better than having a cat in my opinion. Dogs like to cuddle, show affection, and would protect you with their life. Show More Summary

"Ben-Hur" Is Impressive But Falls Short of Being Epic

Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Ben-Hur" (Paramount) It has been over fifty years since we first set our eyes on Charlton Heston straining to control a chariot pulled by a team of horses as he challenged Stephen Boyd in a race for life and death. Show More Summary

Blossoms: 'How Could You Not Want This?!'

For British indie pop band Blossoms the sky seems to be the limit. Behind their catchy single 'Charlemagne' the young musicians from Stockport we're selected for the BBC's Sound Of list for 2016. With their self-titled debut album entering the UK charts in the top spot the band is showing no signs of slowing down. Show More Summary

Natalie Portman: Evoking "Slavic Melancholy" in A Tale of Love and Darkness

Nataly Portman2Adapting Amos Oz's best selling book, A Tale of Love and Darkness, Natalie Portman, who also directed and starred in this Hebrew language film, created a deeply moving poetic movie, resonant of the immigrant experience. Show More Summary

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