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The 9/11 Flag From Ground Zero Is Missing

You know the photo. On September 11, 2001, three firefighters raised an American flag above the rubble at Ground Zero. One hundred feet away, photographer Thomas Franklin snapped a shot for the Bergen Record that, a day later, would be seen around the world, providing a ray of hope in a moment of darkness. Show More Summary

With New Album and Book, Kidjo Gives Voice to Women of Africa

A new album, a new book, a special performance at Carnegie Hall. After 40 years in the public eye, the whirlwind that is singer Angelique Kidjo seems to have found a cruising speed that suits her. On November 5th, Kidjo headlines a multi-performer...Show More Summary

My Epiphany: Thanks to Renee Zellweger's Face

This past week, I sat on the sidelines and watched with morbid fascination the horrible face-shaming our society directed at Renee Zellweger. Remember, this is the same Renee Zellweger who delivers so much joy to this world in the form of her lovely performances in Bridget Jones's Diary, Jerry Maguire, and Empire Records to name just a few. Show More Summary

16 Delicious Books That Combine Food And Love

We love to devour a good book, and so do the editors at XOXO After Dark! They've rounded up a tasty selection of fiction and nonfiction for you to sample, all about the pleasures of food. Use one of these as inspiration for your next...Show More Summary

A Rudder for the Rudderless

If you haven't seen the masterful William H. Macy movie, Rudderless, you need to. And if you have seen it and are wrestling with something please read on. Moreover, if you felt there was a lack somewhere, anywhere, consider how to find...Show More Summary

Nana finally makes it to Never Land in Battle for the Book!, a primetime Jake and the Never Land Pirates special

Let's be honest here. You kind of feel bad for Nana whenever you watch Disney's Peter Pan. After all, everyone else gets to fly off to Never Land in this 1953 animated feature. But because Mr. Darling had tied this canine caretaker up in the backyard before he and Mrs. Show More Summary

'Alaskan Bush People' indictments? So what? Reality TV fakers know no bounds

Once there was fact, and then there was fiction, and finally along came something called reality TV to marry the two into some new, bastardized product one might just call bizzarotainment. As first defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary,...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Force Majeure Who are you, exactly?

Everyone, at some point, wonders how they would react to a split-second emergency. Fight or flight? Leap into action or race for the exit? Or simply crumble? That's the question at the center of the wickedly chilly Force Majeure, a movie about a momentary decision that may lead to a lifetime of doubt. Show More Summary

Grey's Anatomy Recap: VA-GI-NA in "Bend and Break"

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 11, Episode 5 of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, titled "Bend and Break." I have an unpopular opinion to share and if you've read my "Grey's" recaps last year you might know what I'm about to say: I've wanted Callie and Arizona to break up so badly. Show More Summary

HBO Going Rogue Could Get Us to Net Neutrality

Recently, a couple of cable content providers have announced that they're going rogue and are going to start providing content independently of cable companies. That's good news for consumers who have, until now, been at the mercy of companies such as Comcast and Time Warner. Show More Summary

Why Drake Is One Of The Best Contemporary Poets

I often have one poet that I am in love with for a very long time, whose songs I can't ever completely tap out of their inspirational resources. For the past few years, that poet has been Drake. You all likely know who Drake is. Aubrey...Show More Summary

City, Sand and Pop Surprises

Tristan Prettyman Joins Eric Hutchinson On The Road "When we finished the 'Tell The World Tour' it just felt so good," gushes Eric Hutchinson. "The band was so tight that I called my manager and said, "We have to just keep doing shows, this cannot be it for the year. Show More Summary

The 10 Sexiest Scary Movies

A lot of horror movies just throw in the obligatory topless scene and consider that "sexy." We're raising the bar here. All the movies below (except one) receive fresh ratings on RottenTomatoes.com's 's Tomatometer and were seminal contributions to the horror genre in some way. Show More Summary

Rising Pop Star Megan Nicole Talks About Her Debut Album 'Escape'... and Batman

Rising pop star Megan Nicole just dropped her debut album Escape. Website: http://megannicolemusic.com/, Youtube: megannicolesite, Facebook: megannicolemusic, Twitter: @megannicole. Photo by Joseph Levi Megan Nicole is probably on your kids' music playlist. Show More Summary

What Kind of Kid Was Actor Eric Ladin of Annabelle and HBO's Upcoming Series The Brink?

Eric Ladin can be seen in theaters now in Annabelle, the spin-off of The Conjuring. Twitter: @EricLadin. Photo by Dawn DiCarlo. You've seen Eric Ladin's mug plenty of times and probably laughed, as I did. That's a trick, people! That's how Eric gets you to fall in love with him! Or admire him. Show More Summary

Our Studio Visit With Elvis Photographer Alfred Wertheimer

Alfred Wertheimer's intimate and candid early portraits of Elvis Presley justly earned his legacy as one of pop culture's most important fine art photographers. On a visit in July with the late photographer, who died Sunday at the age...Show More Summary

A Look at 2014 Tribute Albums -- Part One

One thing certain about 2014 -- and any year, for that matter: it brings with it new tribute and covers albums, as sure as the changing seasons. So with this year already more than half finished, it's time to look at some of the more notable to date. Show More Summary

ReThink Review: Dear White People - Lessons for Republicans and the "Post-Racial" Generation

A lot of people interested in race issues (including myself) have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Dear White People, a film about a group of black students at a mostly white university that was funded through Indiegogo and eventually made it to the 2014 Sundance Film Festival where its writer/director Justin Simien won the U.S. Show More Summary

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