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New York Jewish Film Festival Review: ‘Natan’

Natan documentary by David Cairns and Paul Duane

At the New York Jewish Film Festival, the documentary "Natan" profiles one of France's most brilliant entrepreneurs and innovators in the film industry. Read More »

Theater Review (Broadway, NYC): ‘On the Town’ by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green

On the Town Broadway

It would be a shame for any lover of great entertainment who can get to New York City to miss a production that has everything Broadway musicals at their very best can be. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ by Nassim Soleimanpour

Pam Oei

Were the audience members who ran up on stage plants? Was the water really poisoned? Rather than find out, I think I'll let the final act's theme of "not knowing" linger a little longer. Read More »

Theater Review (DC): Vanessa Hudgens in Broadway-Bound ‘Gigi The Musical’

Vanessa Hudgens Gigi

If the crowd reaction on opening night was any indication, this show is going to be a hit on Broadway and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if it gets some Tony nods. I just wished I had come away loving this production instead of just feeling “Whelmed” by it. Read More »

Dance Review: ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 11 Live – Seattle, WA 2/05/2015

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A winning mix of energy, style, sexiness, and grace, the SYTYCD live show is not to be missed. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘Hairspray’ at the Cameo Theatre

hairspray

The Tony Award-winning musical is performed by an enthusiastic cast in a sparkling revival at the Commerce Street showplace. Read More »

Gadget Review: UWater X3 Bluetooth Wireless Action Speaker

UX Wireless Speaker

The UWater X3 is a beast of a wireless speaker that will take as much damage-testing as you can give it, and then some. Read More »

Chris Kyle and ‘American Sniper’ – The Book, the Movie, and the Philosophy of War

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The impression Chris Kyle gives in his book, of being a gun-obsessed, resilient, judgmental war professional, is quite different from his filmic counterpart. Read More »

The Vaccination Controversy: A Rant

vaccination mmr

The vaccination controversy knows no political bounds. Willful ignorance is an equal opportunity ailment, applicable to the left and right. Read More »

Interview: Grace Mineta, the Texan in Tokyo (‘My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy’)

texan in tokyo

The Texan behind the popular 'Texan in Tokyo' blog and author of 'My Japanse Husband Thinks I'm Crazy' talks about how she got started, and the costs of 'making it big.' Read More »