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An Interview with Johnny Marr

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The British guitar legend and founding member of The Smiths reflects on his latest solo LP, 'Playland,' along the way yielding insights to his artistry, his musical foundation, and the abiding pursuit of his next creative move. Read More »

Interview: ‘Resurrection’ Actress Samaire Armstrong

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Resurrection actress Samaire Armstrong (Emily Richards) sits down for a chat with Blogcritics' TV Editor. Read More »

Interview: Peter Palmieri, Author of ‘The Art of Forgetting’

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"Often, creativity stems from blending two seemingly unrelated subjects together to come up with a new idea." Read More »

‘Once Upon a Time’ Interview: Creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis

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"Once Upon a Time" showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis talk about the new season. Read More »

Interview: Cast of ‘The Wonder Years’

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Just as the complete series of "The Wonder Years" is about to be released in an extras-filled DVD, stars Danica McKellar, Olivia d’Abo, and Alley Mills shared their thoughts and nostalgic insights at a press conference. Read More »

Interview: Paolo Nutini Hopes to Spark Imaginations with New Album, ‘Caustic Love’

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Singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini discusses his new album, 'Caustic Love.' Read More »

Interview: Genevieve Bailey – Director of ‘I Am Eleven’

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Watching these interviews in Genevieve Bailey's thoughtful film, you will recall that time when you were eleven, the age between the dusk of innocence. Read More »

Jennifer Morrison Speaks About ‘Once Upon a Time’ Season Four

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Jennifer Morrison on Once Upon a Time and her starring role as Emma Swan. Read More »

Interview: Sarah Elle Emm, Author of ‘Prismatic’

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The main message in this series is that is doesn’t matter what we look like on the outside, we’re all just humans. The story deals head on with racism in a futuristic segregated dystopian society. Read More »

Interview: Carole P. Roman, Author of The ‘Captain No Beard’ Series

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"If we understand other people and the reasons others do things, perhaps there will be more tolerance in the world." Read More »