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TV Binge Watching Recommendations: November, 2014

Background: On Tuesday Oct. 28th, I had the first seizure of my life while waiting for lunch with two of my friends in Tel Aviv. During the seizure, I dislocated my right shoulder, fractured my right shoulder bones and tore my muscle from my bones. I was released from the hospital in Israel on Oct. Show More Summary

Sexual Women Don't Need Any Stinking Lectures

Anticipating Fifty Shades of Grey on Valentine's Day 2015, we're teased constantly with what's coming, but also what not to expect. I'm never surprised by how people react to salacious sensuality in our culture, because there remains an embedded prejudice to apologize for a woman's insatiable desires and curiosity, as if they're an anomaly. Show More Summary

Celebrity Reactions to the Ebola Epidemic: The Good, the Bad and the Very Ugly

As the Ebola epidemic rages on, health officials have gone into the trenches around the globe, putting their lives at risk to save those of others afflicted by the devastating virus. Yes, but... what do our beloved celebrities thinkShow More Summary

Take Viagra If You Can Afford It: The Necessary Comedy of Lewis Black

Lewis Black, who performed last night in Fort Collins, didn't talk about Viagra. He did talk about another drug prescribed to help him quit smoking, for which he had to pay out of pocket. He was doing a very on target rant about insurance companies not caring about us very much. Show More Summary

Can Jennifer Lawrence Be Taken Seriously as an Action Hero?

This weekend I re-watched the Hunger Games films in preparation for the next installment of the movie saga, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, opening in theaters on Friday, Nov 21. When I first watched the first two films, lead actress Jennifer Lawrence was a beloved ingenue. Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Homespun - Have patience

No good deed goes unpunished in Tommy Lee Jones' The Homesman. And that's how the West was won.  Punishment is a running theme in this film, which Lee and two writing partners adapted from a novel by Glendon Swarthout. Lee directed the...Show More Summary

A Day Drinking Exclusive Webisode, Plus Chatting with Glyn Johns, Sam Llanas and Debra Fine

DAY DRINKING - "DUMPED OR FIRED" photo credit: Ben Sherman According to the Day Drinkers... "Have you heard the one about the radio DJ who walks into a bar...at 9am...on a Monday? Welcome to Day Drinking, a new comedic web series that...Show More Summary

Disney During World War II and Hope: Entertainer of the Century showcase two Hollywood legends who did everything they could for the troops

As a former servicemember, I have to admit that I'm always intrigued by how various entertainment entities observe Veterans Day. Take -- for example -- PBS. Their way of acknowledging that today is November 11th (i.e., the date thatShow More Summary

Melissa Etheridge Got It All Wrong

Shame on Melissa Etheridge for using her privilege and public platform to blame herself for her breast cancer and, by extension, blame all lesbian and bisexual women for our disproportionate burden of the disease. Cancer is a disease caused by the uncontrolled growth of rogue cells. Show More Summary

You Got It All Wrong, Melissa Etheridge

Shame on Melissa Etheridge for using her privilege and public platform to blame herself for her breast cancer and, by extension, blame all lesbian and bisexual women for our disproportionate burden of the disease. Cancer is a disease caused by the uncontrolled growth of rogue cells. Show More Summary

Ben Fogle Reveals His Most Memorable Travel Moments

Adventurer, TV personality and author Ben Fogle tells us about his most memorable encounters across the globe, ahead of the latest series of Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild. By Lauren Hill Your expertise lie in Latin America, having taken Latin American studies and spent the following years there. Show More Summary

I'll Be Me: Glen Campbell's Final Tour

Some 45 minutes into the exceptional new documentary I'll Be Me, U2 guitarist The Edge offers an opinion on the movie's subject, Glen Campbell. In 2011-2012, Campbell, despite being diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, had been touring, performing to packed houses of loyal fans across the country. Show More Summary

Why We Love Divas...Let Us Count the Ways

Maybe it started with Greta Garbo. Quentin Crisp was a huge fan. If you're older than I am -- admit it or not, some of you are -- perhaps Judy Garland is your goddess. Guys around my age love Streisand, Midler, Joan Collins, Madonna....Show More Summary

Brian's Song

Mo' Better Blues, my all time favorite Spike Lee Joint starring Denzel Washington, was my coming-of-age film. Enraptured in my intense adolescent quest for identity, I did all I could to walk like Denzel, talk like Wesley Snipes and deliver a punch-line like the late, great Robin Harris. Show More Summary

Shark Tank Contestants Share Their Top Lessons Learned

Starting a successful business is a dream for many people, as proven by the popularity of ABC's Shark Tank. The hit show can teach us many great lessons about entrepreneurship. When TJ Hale, author of the Ultimate Guide to Getting on...Show More Summary

Recovery With a Laugh Track

By Malina Saval Sitcoms about alcoholics and addicts are not the norm for network TV, with the majority of substance abuse-themed storylines relegated to such envelope-pushing cable skeins as Showtime's Nurse Jackie and AMC's Breaking Bad. Show More Summary

A Conversation With Anastasia Zannis

Groomed for stardom from childhood, from the tennis court to the operatic stage, Anastasia Zannis chose a varied musical path. She has sung in places as geographically diverse as Calgary, Canada, where she performed at the Winter Olympics...Show More Summary

A Conversion With Anastasia Zannis

Groomed for stardom from childhood, from the tennis court to the operatic stage, Anastasia Zannis chose a varied musical path. She has sung in places as geographically diverse as Calgary, Canada, where she performed at the Winter Olympics...Show More Summary

A Change Is Gonna Come

In the 24-hour, cascading-waterfall news cycle, news that would otherwise get our attention sometimes becomes obscured by the sheer magnitude of other news. Such is the case this week. Vying for our attention are the runoff election in Louisiana for the U.S. Show More Summary

Interstellar Science: 'That's Relativity'

Have you seen Christopher Nolan's Interstellar yet? It's generating a lot of discussion both about the story and the science, and as one of the characters explains in the movie ("that's relativity"), the science focuses around Einstein's theory of relativity. Show More Summary

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