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March 2008 Archives

Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney star in this epic mini-series based on David McCullough’s Pulitzer prize-winning history of the United States’ second President.

Ty and the gang help out a motorcycle riding minister and family. Talk about your holy rollers….

Sideshow Bob tries to do in Bart one last time, only to end up six feet under with his nemesis attending his funeral by invitation of his own brother, Cecil.

Sunday prior to Easter; commemorates Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem.

Dead, but still living, Owen feels the need for absolution having inadvertently acted as a conduit for bringing living Death into the world.

Fred de Sam Lazaro visits Minnesota to explore tensions between new religious practices brought by recent immigration and established practice, plus the similaritie and differences between Western and Eastern Orthodox Easter and Vedic chanting known as “kirtan.”

The creator of “The Gilmore Girls” returns to series television with quirky dramadey about a children’s book editor (Parker Posey) who asks her free-spirited spirited sister to act as a surrogate (Lauren Ambrose).

The former New Mexico State Historian’s years of research reveals a Sephardic tradition in the AMerican Southwest that can trace its lineage back to the conversos of 15th- and 16th-century Spain.

Nick Stahl and Charlize Theron star in this film about a young man who takes his abandoned niece under his wing and finds purpose.

Jim Carey, Steve Carrell, Seth Rogen, and Carol Burnett lend their voices to Dr. Seuss’ tale of a curious elephant determined to help a tiny new friend.