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- Warren Etheredge is the host of the tv series, The High Bar (http://thehighbar.tv) and the founder of The Warren Report (www.thewarrenreport.com). He has conducted over 1,500 interviews and remains willing to listen to everyone.
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Finally, Gary Oldman has received his first Academy Award nomination, for his subdued star turn inTINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, SPYDespite many great performances in the past, he has now received a nod for one which is easily his least showy role, a soft-spoken re-imagining of/… Read full post »
Sorry, Kindle. Sorry, iBooks. Sorry, Nook. Your systems may be great, in theory, for storing and traveling with texts, but I remain devoted to the tangible pleasures of holding books, leafing through them and returning to my favorites as mood and magic prompt me. When visiting friends and neighbors,… Read full post »
When uttered by mayors and developers, “urban planning” often has all the integrity of a Kardashian wedding vow. I do. We do. Uh-huh. Yes, some cities get it right. Portland, Oregon seems to have a plan and New York City’s conceptual approach is only getting better. In Gary Hus… Read full post »
No matter the scope, all tragedy is personal. While we may empathize with others, we experience suffering individually. Two “new” movies attempt to universalize responses to tragedy with divergent story-telling approaches : one succeeds masterfully, the other has been nominat… Read full post »
If children should be seen and not heard, what about their parents?
Yesterday, I saw 127 HOURS along with the love of my life and a theater full of movie-lovers, all of whom, obviously, had survived Black Friday’s early a.m. “door-busting” specials and Altamont-style tramplings. Als… Read full post »
“Give the people what they want and they’ll come out for it.”* Give ‘em what they need and you might refund tickets. Just ask Steve Martin. Better yet, don’t. Ask him about working with Eddie Murphy instead.
Recently, Mr. Martin, the pensive comedian/autho… Read full post »