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Theater Review (Broadway, NYC): ‘On the Town’ by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green

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It would be a shame for any lover of great entertainment who can get to New York City to miss a production that has everything Broadway musicals at their very best can be. Read More »

Interview: Steven Wilson – Prog-Rock’s Reluctant 21st Century Man

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The Grammy nominated "patriarch of prog" on his brilliant new album, those rumors of a Porcupine Tree reunion, and how to disappear in the modern technological age. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Mid-season Premiere – ‘What Happened and What’s Going On’

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Wow! What an incredible premiere episode for The Walking Dead's fifth season back half! Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Orbital Perspective’ – Astronaut Reveals Ideals for Society’s Ills

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The book is an outright call to action. It explains Garan's suggestions for building world trust or as he calls it, The Orbital Perspective, a world--WE. Read More »

Music Review: Neu Gestalt – ‘Inside the Rain Chamber’

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Neu Gestalt's 'Inside the Rain Chamber' is both beautiful and disconcerting, electronic yet oddly human. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ – What We Need From Second Half of Season 5

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I am truly excited about this last half of the season, but I am expecting that we have not prepared ourselves to lose those whom we are going to lose. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “What the World Needs Now”

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"Glee" returns to goodness with a Burt Bacharach-infused hour reviving dreams and attempting to heal familial conflict. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘John Wick’ starring Keanu Reeves

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John Wick is a definite must-own and warrants a blind buy for any action fan. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’ – Not Just About a Boy

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In capturing the essence of one “boyhood” Linklater has done something more indelible – he has caught up the essence of life for all of us who have gone through growing up and have experienced loss, love, and awareness. Read More »

Interview With ‘1971’ Director Johanna Hamilton

Johanna Hamilton, director of '1971.' Photo taken from the website.

Sometimes people have to do things that are courageous and even controversial in order to stimulate conversations about checks and balances that are the lifeblood of democracy. Read More »