April 11, 2011

There is a life-lesson that has always resonated with me and sounds a little bit like this: “Sometimes you have to endure the bad to get to the good.” I’ve heard this told to me [click for more]

Time Marches On At MoMA

September 3, 2010

Long before Jon Stewart’s success in dramatizing the news, the American public was captivated by The March of Time. Launched on radio in 1931 after Time Inc’s Roy E. Larsen hired actors to play up [click for more]

Catching A Fox At Lincoln Center

September 3, 2010

The last days of summer are winding down and you’re wondering what to do this Labor Day weekend? Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, with help from the Film Society of Lincoln Center, has brought together [click for more]


July 8, 2010

No one ever said living as a middle-aged adult was easy. There is the constant state of worry about job stability, Social Security, maintaining the ‘excess around the middle,’ irritable mood-swings, being upstaged by a [click for more]


September 25, 2009

People from good homes will be talking this year of fashion. Designers and label names will be spoken of without restraint; in fact, one familiar name of world couture will be a regular topic. That [click for more]

Oscar Winner Karl Malden Has Died At 97

July 1, 2009

Karl Malden, the durable and revered Academy Award-winner who appeared in some of the most iconic and controversial films during the 1950’s, died earlier today at the age of 97. The character actor instantly recognizable [click for more]

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