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By Nicusor Ciumacencu — Ted Danson has a new TV show. It’s highly advertised, with banners all over Los Angeles, and that creates the

By Ernest Kearney — First of all, I don’t expect you to read this letter. Truthfully, I don’t expect you’ll ever be aware it

By Darwyn Carson — Aren’t we tired of this yet…? I s’pect there are plenty out there who are. I can feel the ‘bubble-bubble-toil

By Ernest Kearney — What is often forgotten or overlooked — especially in our culture so devoted to the immediate and momentary sensorial impact

By Nicusor Ciumacencu — Season 2 to Season 3, of the Netflix hit series, "The Crown" should have transitioned like the gears of an

By Ernest Kearney — The Star-Spangled Banner has had a rather checkered history. As most readers will remember from high school

Ernest Kearney — I love it when I’m describing a film to someone and I see that pallid perturbed look of perplexity slowly pervade

By Ernest Kearney — Now reading this, don’t go assuming that I’m just a left-leaning GOP-basher of long standing. Once upon a time, shortly

By Ernest Kearney — "Romeo & Juliet; Virtually" is another valiant effort to breach the great barrier of the current crisis and provide theatre

By Ernest Kearney — These are trying times, no argument, but there is much that can be learned through adversity. Now I have always

By Ernest Kearney — Well here we are, still in the great Covid plague of 2020, and this is my first theatre review sans

By Ernest Kearney — I am confident, as confident as one can be in this Rock 'Em Sock 'Em robot world we seem to

By Darwyn Carson — I grew up in a Midwestern state, on the Eastern side of the United States. As a youngster, Akron

by Darwyn Carson - Mayday — is about everyday life and living; storytelling, anecdotes, truth telling and far- flung fantasy tales both real and

A Forward By Ernest Kearney — In times of radical events, it is both courageous and proper to take action to address the failures of

By Ernest Kearney — Writer/Director Ken Roht’s hellzapoppin’ vamping musical "Vampire Burt’s Serenade" has a good deal going for it. Burt, a manic Nosferatu,

By Darwyn Carson — Now we know. "The Game's" Episode 5 delivered—as promised—the identity of The Mole. Clever writing, this, from series creator Toby

By Darwyn Carson - (originally published 12/2014) Just as we were about to yawn and say pass the potatoes please, three unique

By Ernest Kearney — Early Thursday morning, February 27, 2020, noted character actor Gene Dynarski shuffled off his mortal coil in a Studio City

By Ernest Kearney — 1940 saw an expansion of Secretary of State Davenport efforts to educate Anglo-Saxon Americans of the threats to their race.