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By Steve Schlich  —  Admit it: you’ve clicked on the link “How the Right Lost Its Mind” and read with anxious hope that somehow, naming

By Ernest Kearney  —  In these turbulent and twisting times that find so many bewildered and baffled, suckered punched by the events of the

by Ernest Kearney  — The origins of Taiko drumming in Japan is lost in that vast attic called history, but the conservative scholars will

by Ernest Kearney — Forough Farrokhzad was the subject of Sussan Deyhim’s The House is Black which I recently reviewed at the Wallis Annenberg

By Ernest Kearney — The other night my lovely wife Marlene and I were out walking with a couple of friends, after a pleasant

The audience has come to The Lovelace Studio Theatre in the Wallis Center for the Performing Arts, in expectation of a theatrical interpretation of

by Ernest Kearney — The Fountain Theatre’s West Coast Premiere of “The Chosen,” adapted for the stage Aaron Posner and Chaim Potok—author of the

Above: Screen grab from a YouTube video of the 2018 Golden Globes on NBC. There are so many ways to be angry at Trump, and

There are identifiable years in the history of this nation that are shrouded in a foreboding of dire times ahead; 1860, 1877, 1914, 1918,

Imagine a petting zoo where Caffè Latte is served. Or imagine you’re in the mood to find a cat to enhance your life when

by Darwyn Carson — Monopoly, I would wager, was always one of the first go-to games of choice amongst friends and family members. Contributor

Loser! The Tweet Defeat of Donald Trump did not begin with “Liddle’ Bob Corker” and his oh-so-devastating viral tweet: https://twitter.com/SenBobCorker/status/917045348820049920? Wham! Impressive. But first blood was drawn

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

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

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

Our culture shoots black men. Kills them. And our culture acquits their killers—if they are the police. This headline grabbed me and shook me,

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