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CNN’s Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery First Look Trailer

posted by lwhite

Take a sneak peak at CNN’s new investigative series Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery, which explores the many mysteries of the Bible while scientifically proving what we already know spiritually: that Jesus lived, was crucified, arose and ascended back to […]


Vampire Vanquishes Bank, Appears on CNN

posted by Donna Freitas

Yes, you read that right. A known Philadelphia vampire–and what I mean by that is a man who claims “vampire” as his, well, orientation–publicly took on a bank for failing to award him money he was owed from mistakes on […]


Jay Leno Back to Late Night?

posted by Douglas Howe

Even having my mom on the show couldn’t stop “the biggest fiasco in the history of television” will come to an end soon, as NBC will end its try at making Jay Leno into a 10 p.m. prime time television […]


Re: Jon and Kate; The Learning Channel Needs to Learn

posted by Douglas Howe

By now you’ve probably heard that TLC’s “Jon and Kate Plus 8” is being turned into “Kate Plus 8,” as Jon is out of not only the marriage but, beginning in November, he’ll be out of the show itself. Idol […]

Will Anyone Be Balanced About Sotomayor?

posted by Douglas Howe

What a shame. The days of news being reported neutrally, accurately, and fairly are gone. I am so uninspired by tuning into the news networks and President Barack Obama’s nomination of Sonia Sotomayor is a clarifying example. What a great […]

The Donald Says Carrie Prejean Not Fired!

posted by Douglas Howe

CNN (as well as just about every news agency and tabloid under the sun!) is reporting that Miss California USA Carrie Prejean will be allowed to keep her crown, despite the recent controversies surrounding her title, her contest answer to […]

10 Most Inspiring Baseball Movies of All-Time

posted by Douglas Howe

CNN recently invited its I-reporters to opine on the greatest baseball movie of all time to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of “Field of Dreams” and “Major League.” At least one of those two is a must for your DVD collection. […]

Easter Made the TV News!

posted by Douglas Howe

Of all of the Easter traditions on television, I hope a new one was born this past weekend. Easter came to network television, and I hope it continues for years to come. On just about every weekend since the 60’s, […]

Penn Jillette: A Welcome Change to the Political Discussion

posted by Douglas Howe

There’s a new kind of entertainment journalism emerging these days. Or, should I say that there’s a new kind of journalistic entertainment these days? I think it’s the former. Penn Jillette–the taller, louder partner of “Penn and Teller”–has written one […]

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New York Yankees Pitcher CC Sabathia Checks into Rehab
New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia announced that he has checked into alcohol rehabilitation and will miss postseason play, the club announced Monday.  The Yankees are hosting the Houston Astros Tuesday in the wild-card game. The 35-year-old ...

posted 3:25:06pm Oct. 05, 2015 | read full post »

Happiness Is What God Wants For You
When you think of God do you imagine Him as happy? Many believers struggle with this idea of divine happiness because they see God through the lens of His anger toward sin. Author, theologian, and founder of Eternal Perspective Ministries, Randy ...

posted 9:00:16am Oct. 01, 2015 | read full post »

What Drives John Schneider? Redemption “It's not what you drive--it's what drives you,” is a line from John Schneider’s film “Adrenaline.”  The words are fitting for the award-winning actor with 35 years in show business. What ...

posted 10:26:48am Sep. 30, 2015 | read full post »

'Hotel Transylvania 2' Pushes Animation Style The animators of Hotel Transylvania 2 were not happy using a computer software program so they expanded the possibilities by streamlining a way clothes and the hair of the character’s were the ...

posted 10:31:07am Sep. 25, 2015 | read full post »

Baseball Great Yogi Berra Dies at 90
Yogi Berra, one of the most talented catchers in baseball history died Tuesday night at the age of 90. Berra was one of the greatest to ever ball the game of baseball and often mesmerized people with his humorous malapropisms that were referred ...

posted 8:59:22am Sep. 23, 2015 | read full post »


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