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Interview with Alyson Flippo, author of ‘Addie B. Strong – I Am So Strong’


Her book was inspired by her desire to remind each and every reader of their vast potential – the strength that comes from within. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Girls: The Complete Second Season’


Featuring stellar video and engrossing audio, the season may be a little darker, but still even funnier, it just left me wanting more from the misadventures of Hannah and her “sisters,” making the Blu-ray set a must own for both fans and the uninitiated alike. Read More »

Golden Globe’s TV Categories Need Updating

The Golden Globes Powers that Be need to re-evaluate their comedy and drama categories. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Girls – The Complete First Season

A funny, refreshing, at times cringe-inducing, break from the usual television fare. Read More »

Book Review: Secrets of Woodcrest: Escape from Levitius by Diane Mayer Christiansen

Sam and her friends are institutionalized at St. Levitius for possessing strange abilities. Read More »

Girls’ Halloween Costumes: “Sexy” or Nothing

Ladies, it's time to bust out the Halloween costumes. But good luck finding one not involving a miniskirt. Read More »

Santa, All I Want for Christmas is… Wait, does Barbie come with a latex catsuit?

3 reasons to be very excited at the thought of Anne Hathaway playing Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises. Read More »

Book Review: Vallar by Cindy Borgne

A visionary science fiction tale of the corruption of absolute power. Read More »

Teenagers and Makeup: How Young is Too Young?

Now that my oldest daughter is getting close to the teen years, she is questioning when she can start wearing makeup in public. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Triple Dog

Either this movie totally blew or I’m just too old and male to understand it. Read More »