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TV Review: Fringe – “Do Shapeshifters Dream of Electric Sheep?”

Newton and Altivia butt heads again as they work on disposing of a smoking gun. Read More »

Book Review: Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads, Edited by David Morrell and Hank Wagner

One hundred authors write about 100 Thrillers in 100 essays guaranteed to capture your imagination and whet your appetite for more. Read More »

Book Review: Reimagining Education: Essays on Reviving the Soul of Learning, edited by Dennis Patrick Slattery and Jennifer Leigh Selig

Teaching as a noble profession has been suffering blow after blow. Eighteen educators share their thoughts on how to bring the soul back into teaching. Read More »

Interview: Fringe’s Anna Torv Talks About the Series and the Duality of Her Character

Anna Torv takes a break from a busy day of filming to talk to us about Fringe, Olivia, Altivia and Peter. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “The Plateau”

A set of events triggered by the smallest of actions culminate in the death of three people. Read More »

Good and Evil in Fringe’s “The Box”

Fringe takes on the nature of good and evil. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “The Box”

Altivia gets to know Fringe Division better while investigating a Fringe case that has everything to do with her mission. Read More »

Fringe‘s Executive Producers on Peter’s Dark Journey and More – Part IV

Pinkner and Wyman share some of their thoughts on Peter's dark journey and Walter's plate being too full. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Olivia”

Olivia is stuck in the alternate universe; how is she going to get back home? Read More »

Fringe‘s Executive Producers on the Family Drama That is Fringe – Part III

At its heart, Fringe is, after all, a family drama. Read More »