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by Ernest Kearney - Richard Lucas' award-winning  "Bono and the Edge Waiting for Godomino's," has been remounted and is running for a limited time

Looking for the “Big Bang” — that spark which initiated what would become America’s if not the World’s interest in comics as a popular entertainment

by Ernest Kearney  —  I do have a soft spot for weird sci-fi flicks - The History of Future Folk (2013), John Carpenter’s Dark

Some of the most jaw dropping, chill raising, and yes tear inducing, imagery ever shot makes up BBC America’s prequel to its new natural

By Steve Schlich — A lot of people think of our president as a divider, but last weekend he did a frightfully good job

by Ernest Kearney — The Australian Theatre Company's "Grey Nomad" by Dan Lee is the tale of Helen (Ros Gentle) and her husband Jim

"La Razón Blindada," by Argentinean playwright Aristides Vargas, achieves many things on stage; it is disturbing and insightful, but more than anything else, it

"Silent Sky" in its final weekend at Long Beach's International City Theatre, is a well-crafted feel-good evening in the theatre.  If playwright Lauren Gunderson

The Coeurage Theatre Company has a mission statement, startling in both brevity and boldness: “…to make impassioned theatre accessible for all audiences through Pay

Above: The car used as a murder weapon in Charlottesville. This freeze-frame photo is in the Public Domain. “…there are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes,

I’m a big mouth white guy of Irish descent who, most likely, has ancestral ties to former President Barrack Obama, and that statue of

In "Ashlee Olivia Presents E.A.R.T.H.A.," Ms. Jones delivers an exceptional performance of an exceptional performer

It is surprising how a vocal style dating back before the 1500s can still strike one as so immediate. Such is the case with

Above: July 18, 2017 MSNBC screen grab. At you thought he couldn’t look stupider! Let’s be truthful about the reason that Republicans can’t come up

Photo above is from Creative Commons: “hacker army 2.0” by Rodrigo Paoletti is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Netflix is shooting out product faster than the bullet train. The Jason Bateman starrer, "Ozark," streaming now, is sprinting toward the front of the

"The Spidey Project" has been one of the most popular shows at Fringe 2017 and it’s easy to understand why after seeing the first

Let us talk the lowest of high concept. Take the most obnoxious representatives of our society’s ills: A woman (Rebecca Larsen) obsessed with the entitlement her

It opens with a real-life catastrophic event: a meteor the size of a small house hits a small town in Russia injuring a thousand

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