Ailey Dancers Sean Carmon, Jacqueline Green and Collin Heyward The Future and Present Stars of Ailey Shined on the Apollo Stage for a Memorable Gala Benefit NEW YORK, NY - On May 7th, Ailey returned to Harlem’s world-famous Apollo Theater...Show More Summary
"He's totally fine." Yes! Time to finally meet Alvin and Lance. Magnolia Pictures has unveiled a new teaser trailer for one of David Gordon Green's upcoming indie features, Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch and pretty much no one else. Show More Summary
In David Gordon Green’s latest film, Prince Avalanche, Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch play a couple of road maintenance workers in the remote Texas wilderness. They’re the ultimate odd couple — Alvin (Rudd) is an uptight nature-lover who enjoys his solitude, and Lance (Hirsch) hates the wild and talks obsessively ... More »
In mid-October I and my co-writer Corey Hutchins spoke at the University of South Carolina about our new graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE: THE RISE AND FALL OF ALVIN GREENE. Related posts: Alvin Greene Comic = “Innovative Chronicle of S.C. Political Drama” Free Times on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Corey Hutchins on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE
With my co-author Corey Hutchins I spoke at the University of South Carolina about my graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE: THE RISE AND FALL OF ALVIN GREENE, now out from McFarland. It was a better speech than mine from last year at the same school. Show More Summary
Courtesy of the inestimable Blue Delliquanti, here are some preview sketches for my next graphic novel project, an anthology of true stories from America's war in Afghanistan. Related posts: Alvin Greene Comic = “Innovative Chronicle of S.C. Political Drama” ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Chapter Five ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Chapter Seven
It's been profiled in Free Times, Jasper, Slate, The Daily Caller and praised on The Rachel Maddow Show. Now we're officially launching our graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE: THE RISE AND FALL OF ALVIN GREENE. It's the weird true...Show More Summary
Well, it looks like Democrats in a Southern state have embarrassed party officials once again. Back in 2010, it was Alvin Greene in South Carolina, whose victory in that state's U.S. Senate primary so infuriated Palmetto State Congressman James Clyburn that he accused Greene of being a plant and called for a federal probe. Show More Summary
by DAVID AXE MSNBC host Rachel Maddow says our “cool” Alvin Greene comic THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE is “sitting on her nightstand.” Watch Maddow praise the comic in this clip. Related posts: THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE a ‘Masterpiece’ Corey...Show More Summary
The Daily Caller calls our Alvin Greene comic book a "masterpiece": No related posts.
I'll be signing & talking about my Alvin Greene comic THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE at Goatfeathers on Wednesday at 6:00. If you live in Columbia, S.C., come by for a pint and a comic. Related posts: ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE, Reviewed! Corey Hutchins on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Matt Bors on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE
From the Palmetto Public Record. Related posts: Nathan Webster on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Now in Paperback! ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Chapter Five
My co-author Corey Hutchins discusses our new book THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE: THE RISE AND FALL OF ALVIN GREENE on Pub Politics, a popular S.C. podcast. Related posts: Nathan Webster on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Now in Paperback! ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE, Reviewed!
Nathan Webster reviews our new Alvin Greene comic. Related posts: ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE, Reviewed! ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Free Review Copies! ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE Chapter Five
In chapter six of my new nonfiction comic THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE, the legitimacy of mysterious U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene is questioned in an official hearing. No related posts.
In chapter five of my new graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE, mysterious U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene is swarmed by the national media. No related posts.
The winner of Tuesday's Democratic primary in Ohio's second congressional district was William R. Smith, who, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, doesn't have a website, spent no money on his campaign, and is completely unknown to Democratic Party leaders in the area. Ohio residents did receive some robocalls on Smith's behalf ... More »
In 2010 Alvin Greene, an obscure, 32-year-old socially awkward, unemployed African American Army veteran, who had been kicked out of the service and was living with his father in the South Carolina countryside while facing federal pornography charges, spent a significant portion of his life’s savings on the filing fee to run for U.S. Show More Summary
Oh, for the days of Alvin Greene and Steven Slater. Remember them? Exactly. In Daily Intel's third annual Fifteen Minutes Awards, we pay one last tribute to the year's newsworthy people whose names we couldn't remember and had to Google...Show More Summary
No, Jim Harbaugh has not wrapped up Coach of the Year honors. However, he has done everything one could expect and more. But unless Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers lose one game this year, I don't think one could underestimate what a coach has done to bring his team to an undefeated regular season. Show More Summary