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Fringe‘s Executive Producers on “Entrada,” the Changes at Hand, and the Love Triangle – Part II

Pinkner and Wyman alway have epic stuff to talk about - so here is part 2 of 3 of last week's interview! Read More »

Fringe‘s Executive Producers on the Success of Their Show: Part I

Yet another great conversation with Fringe's Pinkner & Wyman Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “6955 kHz”

Fringe Division investigates a strange case of collective amnesia that leads them to something quite unexpected. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Amber 31422″

Fringe's Amber provides more intriguing tidbits of information about many aspects of the show. Read More »

Interview: Andrew Royo discusses his recurring character on Fringe and the episode “The Abducted”

Andrew Royo talks to members of the press about guest starring on Fringe and all it implies. Read More »

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 »