TV has become the norm for families across the country over many years. So much so that weekend newspapers have magazines with TV schedules in them to map out what will be watched in the week.…Read more
If Kathy Burke’s production for the Vaudeville’s Oscar Wilde Season errs a little on the comic side, it does not entirely neglect the serious import simmering below the surface. But the casting of Jennifer Saunders guarantees that there will be more laughs than usual.…Read more
It is hard to believe that ‘Heartbreak House’ was written almost a century ago. First performed in 1920 on the English stage, George Bernard Shaw’s text is permanently relevant, which is what makes it a ‘classic’.…Read more
Alexander Payne’s comedies, in equal parts caustic and sweet-natured, revolve around the misadventures of ordinary Americans. His new movie Downsizing isn’t, as the title suggests a satire about the diminished economic circumstances of the human race, but the name of a project aimed at delivering a radical solution to climate change, overpopulation, disappearing resources and excessive consumption. …Read more
How healthy can we really be by eating foods and drinking stuff we think is good for us? The reason so many people hit an energy wall every day has everything to do with what they’re putting into their bodies.…Read more
Roger Federer battled past Australian Open demons with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic now facing huge battle.
It was at the Rod Laver Arena where Roger Federer’s most heartbreaking defeat came.…Read more
There’s no denying that superheroes have dominated both TV and the cinema. There have been a ton of superhero TV shows and movies this past decade, and we aren’t complaining. We love the gripping storyline and the intense action sequences that would make even John Rambo look like a wimp.…Read more