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Book Review: ‘Elegant Enigmas’ by Karen Wilkin

Edward Gorey

Edward Gorey is more than a man, more than an artist, he is the penultimate enigma. Read More »

Theatre Review (Seattle): ‘A Christmas Carol’ at ACT

Kurt Beattie as Scrooge.  Photo credit Chris Bennion

If you're looking not for a sparkly, loud Christmas extravaganza, but a more reflective, simply beautiful piece of holiday entertainment, this is just the ticket. Read More »

TV Review: Doctor Who – “The Snowmen”

"The Snowmen" isn't just a Doctor Who Christmas special; it's the next chapter of the story and introduces a new companion. Read More »

The Mother of all Holidays

Mother's Day is a problem for me because it has morphed into something of a retail juggernaut, akin to Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine's Day. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: A Christmas Carol, Adapted by Scott McCullar and Naresh Kumar

Gritty illustrations make for a darker Xmas story. Read More »

Have We Forgotten the True Spirit of Christmas?

Christmas should be a season for spending quality time with our family and friends, not shopping and spending every penny we have and then some. Read More »

From the Green Room: Speaking Like Brits

Why Cockney? An actor's complaint. Read More »

Theatre Review (Chicago): A Christmas Carol – the Musical

A Christmas Carol - the Musical is a family affair you don't want to miss. Read More »

Movie Review: Disney’s A Christmas Carol

Another Christmas season, another classic ruined by Zemeckis. Bah, humbug! Read More »

DVD Review: Blackadder Remastered – The Ultimate Edition

The Ultimate Edition contains everything that revolves around the BBC series... all the good and all the bad. Read More »