- Resolution for the New Year? Before our energy for New Year's Resolutions is totally depleted, how about the U.S. Congress resolving something simple like WELL PAID WORK FOR ALL? There might not be such need for the Emergency Unemployment Compensation, now being debated in Washi
- Slices of Life: Sick days (and nights) I was sick last week. It felt like a long and miserable 12 days - and that was just Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm not good at being sick. Thankfully, I don't get much practice. I'm one of those robust and healthy types. I like to joke that I'm t
- Thank you Thank you To the Editor: In recent weeks, I have had contact with these three individuals : Ms Janet Ritchie, Director of the Marion County Historical Society Ms, Kathleen Smith, Curator of the Marion County Historical Museum Ms. Roslin Thompson, Di
Another View - “Our Better Angels”
Sometimes it’s hard to believe in those “better angels” we’re told we have inside us.
Movie Review: Captain Phillips
One of the films that has already had wide release, for which producers are seeking awards, is “Captain Phillips.”While “Captain Phillips” tells the harrowing story of the 2009 pirate abduction of Captain Richard Phillips, it's not a great movie. Tom Hanks plays the title character very well, but again, he's Tom Hanks. We know the man is talented and can carry a movie.
Movie Review: The Spectacular Now
“The Spectacular Now” is the best coming-of-age high school movie I have seen since “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
Movie Review: August: Osage County
If the holiday season makes you wonder about your family, “August: Osage County” will help put your mind at ease, with the reality that things can always be worse.
Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave
Chiwetel Ejiofor deserves a nod for best actor in the film “12 Years A Slave.” This is an outstanding movie that has definitely earned the acclaim it has received.
Movie Review: Lee Daniels' The Butler
I didn't like this movie. It's one of those that falls victim to overestimating its own importance and storytelling quality.
Movie Review: Philomena
Dark secrets of an Irish Catholic home for girls are exposed in this film, based on a true story.
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