This week’s releases are opening a day early for your Valentine’s Day enjoyment. Those looking for a date night movie on February 14 have two choices, both based on popular books. Nicholas Sparks’ Safe Haven is the story of a woman running […]
On Monday 11th February 1963 the Beatles’ debut album was recorded in just one day. On the 50th anniversary of that 12-hour session at Abbey Road, leading artists will attempt the same feat, in the same time period, in the […]
The biggest award in the recording industry is the Grammy and tonight is the 55th annual presentation. It will be broadcast at 8 pm (7 Central) on CBS, hosted by rapper-turned-TV star LL Cool J. I’m looking forward to the […]
For some insight on how the Academy members vote for the Oscars, check out these behind-the-scenes insights. Watch the Oscars two weeks from tonight at 7 pm (Eastern) on ABC.
To promote the Blu-Ray/DVD release next week of the Oscar nominated “Argo,” there is a new feature called “Argo: Declassified – A special in-depth look at the real events that inspired the film directed by Ben Affleck. Own Argo on […]
Emily Bazelon’s first book, Sticks and Stones, comes out this month. Her Slate series about bullying included illuminating research that altered the conventional narrative of some highly publicized real-life cases. The book builds on this with new stories about kids […]
Thanks to Beliefnet for inviting me to write a tribute to our movie of the month, “Sleepless in Seattle.” Sleepless in Seattle is like a valentine to love itself, that exquisite balance of improbability and inevitability that can make people 3000 […]