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The new documentary “The Adventists” takes a look at the history of the Seventh Day Adventist Church and how their holistic view of health has led to the group members being among the longest-living people on Earth. The film will […]

Inspired by the upcoming film “The Last Song,” in which a teenager (Miley Cyrus) and her estranged father (Greg Kinnear) try to reconnect through a mutual love of music, I started thinking about my favorite movies about love. And not […]

By Amy & Nancy Harrington, Pop Culture PassionistasThis week we scoured the globe to find the most uplifting examples of celebrity altruists. We joined a Hollywood heavy hitter during his effort to aid Haiti, a British chef in his quest […]

Anne Rice speaks candidly about her faith at the I Am Second website.

I’m going to make this post short and sweet, unlike the torturous “American Idol” performances I’ve forced myself to sit through the past few weeks: This season of “Idol” has been terrible. Usually, nestled in amongst the talent and the […]

Based on the best-selling memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, a woman (Julia Roberts) believes she isn’t getting what she wants out of life and travels to Italy, India, and Indonesia over the course of the year. The film releases August 13, […]

The second most powerful man in our country–the one who sits one heartbeat or motorcade crash away from the Presidency–dropped the F-bomb during one of the most historic and highly rated television news moments in history. You can hear it […]

While the sports world wonders whether or not he will win as he enters the Holy City of Augusta in a few weeks, here are my Top Five Tiger Woods storylines as it relates to his role not as professional […]

You have to hand it to “Family Guy” for topicality. Fresh off last month’s run-in with Sarah Palin about her son with Down syndrome, animated sitcom “The Family Guy” opened Sunday night with a skit about Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged […]

Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher wed in a Jewish ceremony.

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