Sunday, January 20, 2019

Movie Review; Vice.

December 23, 2018 by  
Filed under Entertainment, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( It was an historic power grab. Not the Republicans taking back the White House after a controversial, razor-thin win by George W. Bush over Al Gore. It was the vice president-elect, Dick Cheney, out maneuvering George Jr. and becoming the puppet master. Cheney: “No one has shown the world the true power of the […]

‘Cultural Appropriation’; We Should Embrace It As Americans.

December 23, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( According to the report I saw, a yoga group at American University spontaneously disintegrated after an “American University student … complained to AU’s President’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion … after seeing a non-Indian group perform an Indian epic in the school’s yoga club.” The episode well illustrates the insanely anti-humanitarian malice at the […]

Film Review; Aquaman.

December 23, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( For DC comic book fans, there is good news and bad news. First the negatives, and then the positive reasons why Aquaman may still make a dent in the box office, even if it isn’t perfect. What’s lacking: The special effects (visual effects supervisor Kelvin McIlwain) aren’t exceptional. Visions of Arthur/Aquaman (Jason Momoa, Game of Thrones, […]

LA’s Oldest Private Club Reimagines Its Place In The Art World With Artist-In-Residence Lauren Halsey.

December 4, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( Established in 1880, The Los Angeles Athletic Club has been operating out of its building at the corner of 7th and Olive Streets in DTLA since 1912. From its outset, the Club was far more than a gym; it was a place where men and women came together to celebrate theatrics, poetry, and the […]

Movie Review; Mobile Homes.

December 3, 2018 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Recently, two films explored the experiences of families living on the edge of poverty and homelessness. The Florida Project chronicled the lives of poor people living in a pink motel steps away from Disney World, in Orlando, Florida. As told through the eyes of cheery little kids, its tone was way too rosy for the […]

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