Ray Ellis is a freelance writer who has been dissecting pop culture and its effect on how we view ourselves for over twenty years, ruffling feathers and dragging unsuspecting pedestrians along for the ride whenever possible.
The Earth is an evolving organism. The Amazon is its heart.
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Third Watch broke all the rules during its six season run. This is how it all began.
I got my kicks watching Route 66. I'm betting you will, too.
A chancer is an opportunist. That pretty much sums up all the characters in this early Clive Owen vehicle.
The cocktail culture is poised for a renaissance. Here's some ammunition to make it a revolution.
Racial divides and party affiliations are relics of America's past. We can keep them or vote for the future.
The CBS version of Dexter, hobbled as it is, nonetheless manages to limp into a new phase of network programming.
Peanuts are not nuts. Jericho fans didn't get that memo.
Horatio Hornblower stands as the inspiration of all naval heroes. Here's how it began.