E.L. James’ erotic best-seller Fifty Shades of Grey is soon to be a movie, starring Dakota Johnson as literature student Anastasia Steele and Charlie Hunnam as billionaire Christian Grey. The book began as “Twilight” fan fiction and with its two sequels has […]
Anyone who loves film should watch the 15-episode documentary about the history of film now showing on TCM. In “The Story of Film: An Odyssey,” documentarian and film historian Mark Cousins takes us from the very first flickering images a […]
I have a Magic Schoolbus DVD to give away! This one is called “In a Pickle,” and it includes the title episode about microbes, “Meets Molly Cule” about molecules, and “Makes a Stink” about smell — with a special bonus […]
In honor of the people who brought us the 40 hour work week, weekends off, and major advances in workplace safety and all those who work to contribute to society and care for their families: Harlan County, U.S.A. This classic […]
Happy September! Here are three of my favorite songs paying tribute to this month. Many people have sung the haunting Kurt Weill “September Song,” originally introduced by Walter Huston (father of director John Huston and grandfather to Anjelica and Danny […]
It’s September. That means school and work and colder weather. We need to laugh. And tonight NBC is here to provide us with some of television’s funniest moments, assembled by The Paley Center for Media.