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TV Review: Fringe – “The Bullet that Saved the World”

A devastating loss makes for a less than stellar plot that is made up in other ways in the fourth episode of Fringe's fifth and last season. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “The Recordist”

Fans know the drill: a slow episode means epic character development, and we find out more about Olivia in the latest episode of Fringe. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “In Absentia”

Things are anything but rosy as recently united parents and daughter learn about the differences between them the years have carved. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11″

The Fringe team is back in a gloomy, Observer-ruled future. Read More »

TV Review: Once Upon a Time Season One

These are most certainly not your grandmother's fairy tales. Read More »

Whitney Houston: Not Your Average Tribute

I could talk about her beauty, her amazing voice, her career, but I do not think that would do her justice. Read More »

Book Review: Fringe Science: Parallel Universes, White Tulips, and Mad Scientists, edited by Kevin Grazier

Exploring the scientific side of Fringe. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – Wallflower

The winter hiatus leaves us wondering if Peter will ever find his way home. Read More »

Interview: Lorraine Sherrill, creator of The Journey West website

Following in the footsteps of a great man 100 years after he visited the West. Read More »

Book Review: Welcome to Wisteria Lane: On America’s Favorite Desperate Housewives, Edited by Leah Wilson

Think Desperate Housewives is a superficial show? Think again. Read More »