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TV Review: ‘Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 – The Stakes Have Never Been Higher!

Stranger Things season 4 part 2 feels like the stakes have never been higher. Netflix has given Ross and Matt Duffer creative license and proper budget to deliver an amazingly well crafted piece of horror. The Duffer brothers also have given the fans respect in terms of not just giving …

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Good Guys with Guns Can’t Stop Mass Shootings

“Only Thing That Stops A Bad Guy With A Gun Is A Good Guy With A Gun.” The favorite bull*hit spewed by the NRA, Trumpsters, MAGAs. Nothing is holier than the second amendment, for which there is only one reading, one interpretation according to the usual suspects. Really. No, I …

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Tribeca Film Festival Review: ‘My Name is Andrea’

My Name is Andrea, Tribeca Film Festival, Andrea Dworkin, Ashley Judd, Christine Lahti

All Women are Andrea One of the most outstanding hybrid documentaries coming out of the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival is Pratibha Parmar’s lyrical profile of a controversial visionary feminist. My Name is Andrea explores the writings, speeches, influence and life of one of the US’s foremost champions of women’s rights. …

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Book Review: ‘The Apothecary’s Garden’ by Jeanette Lynes

The Apothecary's Garden Jeanette Lynes

In The Apothecary’s Garden, published by Harper Collins, Jeanette Lynes transports readers back  in time to 1860 and the exotic locale of Eastern Ontario’s Belleville on the shores of the Bay of Quinte. While the locale may be somewhat prosaic, Lynes has created something magical in this normally staid part …

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