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Ellen was nice and…boring

posted by Douglas Howe

Being an Oscar host is a difficult thing. I’ve never done it, but I’ve met two of the three most successful ones ever, and they both told me it was among the hardest gigs they’d ever done. There’ve been a […]

It’s “Black” Monday on NBC

posted by Kris Rasmussen

With “Studio 60’s” ratings floundering, NBC has decided to up the premiere date of their mafia drama “The Black Donnellys” from Oscar winner Paul Haggis (“Crash,” Million Dollar Baby”) to this Monday evening, taking over “Studio 60’s” timeslot for the […]

The Final Drop of ‘The O.C.’

posted by shuang

I admit it: I followed “The O.C.” fervently during its first season, when Ryan was still a tough guy from Chino, Seth was still a videogame-playing geek, and Marissa and Summer were still hard-drinking, unattainable rich girls. (Plus, the theme […]

A “Grey’s” Glimpse at the Afterlife

posted by Donna Freitas

It’s official: Meredith Grey didn’t die last night in “Some Kind of Miracle,” one of “Grey’s Anatomy’s” most intense episodes yet. I know, I know. She is one of the main characters. She couldn’t really die. But I really did […]

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The Rise of ISIS
“It’s past time for American to hear this truth. By minimizing the challenge,” Jay Sekulow (American Center Law Justice) wrote in his September opinion piece on FoxNews.com. The world is facing a serious threat in the Middle East with ISIS, a group of terrorists dedicated to mass executions

posted 10:16:20am Oct. 14, 2014 | read full post »

OWN and Rob Bell Partner for eCourse
As part of an ongoing program to expand its online learning platform on Oprah.com, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today an all-new eCourse, taught by renowned pastor and author Rob Bell. Bell was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time magazine in 2011 and a New York

posted 12:12:25pm Oct. 13, 2014 | read full post »

Exclusive Video: Hillary Swank’s Gripping Film on ALS
You’re Not You is based on the novel of the same name stars Hillary Swank as a beautiful pianist stricken with ALS in her 30s. Kate’s condition deteriorates and she hires an off-beat college student Bec with no background in healthcare or work ethic. Gripping and with emotional compl

posted 10:22:56am Oct. 10, 2014 | read full post »

Switchfoot Releases Fading West Documentary on DVD
Grammy and Dove award-winning alt-rock group Switchfoot releases Fading West, an intimate documentary of their lives and music. “Fading West is one of the most inside looks of the band that we’ve ever put out,” says guitarist Drew Shirley. In conjunction with their ninth album, of the sa

posted 9:15:34am Oct. 10, 2014 | read full post »


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