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breaking news

"Breaking News" is a term used in journalism that implies a recent and typically sudden news development. A story that is designated “breaking news” interrupts normal radio, television, and sometimes Internet broadcasting or publishing with a live report on a significant incident. Historical events such as the bombing at Pearl Harbor, the stock market crash of 1929, the assassinations or ... Read More »

Vince Vaughn

Vince Vaughn is an American actor who has garnered much success, mostly in film. Born in Minneapolis, MN in 1970, Vaughn started acting in community theater at age seven. After graduating from Illinois’s Lake Forest High School in 1988, Vaughn moved to Hollywood to begin an acting career in earnest, and was cast in the 1993 football drama Rudy. Slowly ... Read More »

humor

Humor is the ability to produce a smile or laughter along with general goodwill. Often used as a synonym for comedy, humor can be derived from situations that are ridiculous or incongruous. Humor is found in the innocence of a child’s botched knock-knock joke, the wry observations of Jerry Seinfeld, or the slapstick sensibilities of the Farrelly Brothers’ films. Comedy ... Read More »

The Free Fall: Tom’s Story

I don’t think anyone ever consciously “copes.” It’s a matter of just doing what is in front of you. Read More »

TV Review: Eleventh Hour – “Resurrection”

Comparisons will be made to Fringe and X-Files. So what? Is the show entertaining? Does it hold interest? Yes. Read More »

DVD Review: Archaeology of Comedy

In the vein of Monty Python, Archaeology of Comedy showcases some superb writing and comedic acting. Read More »

TV Recap: ER Begins Season with a Loss

I see the pathos writing on the wall and I’m ready, I’m strong. But these guys, they nailed it. Read More »

24‘s Prequel Movie Redemption Will Air in November

A former "Lost Boy" helps out some "Lost Boys" Read More »

Book Review: Powers of the Sixth Sense – How to Remain Safe in a Hostile World by Jock Brocas

Brocas maintains that connecting to our inner awareness is possible - and necessary to live both vibrantly and safely. Read More »

Wednesday Afternoon Listen: Dropkick Murphys – The Meanest of Times

With respect and homage of sorts to my friend Mark Saleski – I am borrowing his well-done column idea for my own today. Read More »