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DVD Review: Doctor Who – The Reign of Terror

Doctor Who's first season finale is a little short on story, but recreated well, the gaps plugged. Read More »

Punish Your Enemies

The ways of Obama and the Liberal Media Complex (LMC) laid bare for the recent election and beyond. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Les Misérables by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Cameron Mackintosh's new staging of the theater juggernaut returns to Seattle for a limited engagement. Read More »

Disdain for Herman Cain and His Ilk

The successful over 40 love to tout the successes they garnered during a system that is no longer in place. Read More »

Book Review: The Valley of Heaven and Hell: Cycling in the Shadow of Marie-Antoinette by Susie Kelly

Visiting the final path of Marie Antoinette. Read More »

Book Review: Island Beneath the Sea by Isabel Allende

Lessons in power and love from a living treasure of humanity. Read More »

Discontented and Mad as Hell in Cheese Whiz Land

And Not Going to Take it Anymore, Bur First Look Closely at This Bright, Shiny Object in My Other Hand Read More »

Theatre Review (London): Danton’s Death at the National Theatre

This cut-down version of the classic play presents the French Revolution as a romantic personal tragedy. Read More »

Book Review: Parrot and Olivier in America by Peter Carey

Above all, this is a wonderful, ribald, and satisfyingly powerful tale that takes the reader through many journeys. Read More »