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We’ve barely one day left before the much-awaited release of Stephenie Meyer’s book four in the Twilight Series, “Breaking Dawn.” (!!!!!!!!!) I’ve taken the liberty of drawing up a pre-lease “To-Do” list for all you “Twilight” fans between now and […]

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If you’re an Olympics junkie like me, then you’re probably salivating for the Beijing Games to start on August 8, 2008, at 8:08 pm. Every four years I just can’t get enough of the Olympics. Everything about the Games gets […]

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Well, when you are finished with “Breaking Dawn” (sniff, sniff–what are we going to do when it’s over?), you’ve gotten through all the Buffy DVD’s (which, if you are a vampire fan, are a must), you can tune in this […]

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While I have been known to disparage shock doc director Michael Moore’s films, I have also been quick to praise his efforts in creating a major film festival that has had a huge economic impact for my neck of the […]

The girls from the hit “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” are back for one more summer. America Ferrera, Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, and Amber Tamblyn play four friends whose bond–and a pair of pants–keep them connected even as they graduate […]

Almost 40 years ago, some unbelievable events happened that, thanks to current technology, are now being broadcast to millions of people around the world. You’ll find this video to be as heartwarming as it is inspiring, reminiscent of rare privileges […]

It’s that time of year again, when I travel down the road just a bit to attend Michael Moore’s cinematic extravaganza, the Traverse City Film Festival. I will be attending numerous film screenings and panel discussions with celebs such as […]

I hear there’s some book about vampires coming out this week and just a few people are really excited about it. Me, I have never been able to understand the fuss over vampire lore, and the “Twilight” series is no […]

The spirit of Bob Dylan, Johnny Carson and political cartoonists everywhere is alive and well in the newest (and best) political satire entertainment on the web. The folks at Jib Jab have again risen to the challenge of creating political […]

When the San Diego Comic-Con started in 1979, it was 400 comic enthusiasts gathered in a small section of a local hotel. Three decades later, it’s a major pop culture fixture, numbering over 125,000 attendees and filling the San Diego […]

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