Writing a cohesive outline can help even the most blocked author find their creative wings.
"...it's often hard to live in the place where everyone has known you since birth, especially when times are hard and the place can be hard, too."
The extended versions of the Lord of the Rings are out on Blu-ray, but not without a wee controversy.
Transformers Dark of the Moon Mythical Power
The Order of the Phoenix gets the Ultimate Edition and makes a terrific Blu-ray even better.
Intriguing concept but falls flat.
Avoid this movie like the plague. It’s not even secure enough to be insecure, after all.
A genuinely creepy British classic finally finds its way to DVD.
In West Philadelphia, where the original Jim's cheesesteak was grilled and devoured...
An easy, no cook sauce, versatile enough for everyday but special enough for guests!
Before you wear sandals and flip flops, learn about ugly nail infections
A Cannonball Adderley classic is resurrected in pristine condition.
The Great Wall: protection for the Chinese people over the centuries, now a tourist attraction.
The impact of threat and fear on our lives.
A well written, well acted, and well directed play by an important new voice in the theatre debuts at The Dahlia.
A runnaway bride, a filmmaker, a demented father, and a determined brother meet in Padraic Lillis's new play at the 2011 Los Angeles Fringe Festival.
A look at the Cars 2 videogame.
A look at the new F.E.A.R. 3.
Hector: Badge of Carnage contains the wit, imagination, and adult themes that one can expect from a grittier Telltale-published game.
Mets fans have to get out there and cheer this underdog team for no other reason than they are New Yorkers who are not Yankees' fans.
The people may have lost this battle, but the war is far from over. The cry of "don't touch my junk" is spreading nationwide.