Comic genres don’t die; they just become niche markets.
This book is a valuable reminder that “the men associated with an era of supposed morality and Christian values of monogamy and marriage have nearly all been linked to infidelity and sex outside of wedlock.”
In both appearances here, courtesy of the Celebrity Series, Deborah Voigt was sensational and very likable to boot. This cannot be said of all divas.
Ryan Landry has a sharp eye and ear for contemporary foibles, skewering stereotypes and pop culture icons with equal aplomb.
Rich as the material is, can any Blood Artist develop and mature by just seeing red?
This fine, partisan documentary resurrects Ann Richards, and it’s showing on HBO in a Lone Star election year. The Republicans better worry about Texans seeing it.
California has long been the home of fads, trends, new styles and the next new thing. It is where cool was and is created.
Two new films take a poetic and fantastical look at the artifice of sensual surfaces to imagine the horrific realities beneath.
Better than Ezra may be more than a hardworking, nice-guy band permanently fated to be overshadowed by more significant artists.
Beneath the humor and the warmth and the charm of this novel, author Eve Harris bears witness to an existence far more complex and troubled than Ultra-Orthodox Jews might like to admit.