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'Horrible Bosses' Writers Team with Relativity on Prison Comedy

Relativity Studios is teaming with “Horrible Bosses” writers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley on prison comedy “All Day and a Night.”

Relativity will finance, produce and distribute “All Day,” which follows a TV news crew doing a story on a day in the life of two prison guards — on a day when a riot breaks out. 81 more words


Relativity Teams With Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley On 'All Day And A Night'

Relativity Studios will co-produce All Day And A Night with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley and also will finance and distribute the pic. Paul Ruehl and the late Lester Lewis penned the script, based on an idea from Goldstein and Daley. 129 more words


Back-to-Business Basics

It’s that time of year again. Summer has flown by and it’s back-to-school for many students.

Summer is often a time for relaxation – to take things slow, enjoy the weather and maybe even sneak in a vacation. 384 more words


Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday is a thing right?

AM I right about this or did I make it up?

Or did it end and I am more than fashionably late to the party? 571 more words

Everything Is Not Relative

Consciousness: Dislocation of Our Time

New York Times: Why Our Monuments Matter

Nikos Konstandaras
“It was only natural that the Acropolis inspired some introspection in Freud. His whole frame of reference, like the tale of Oedipus, was ancient Greece and its myths, archetypes and tragedies. 119 more words


Review: You Are (Not) Small by Anna Kang

You Are (Not) Small by Anna Kang, illustrated by Christopher Weyant

An orange bear declares to a smaller blue bear that the shorter one is “small.”  The little one says that that is not true, rather the orange bear is “big.”  The orange bear shows that he has other big creatures just like him and just his size, but so does the blue bear.  The two groups start to argue and fight about whether they are big or small.  Then another creature arrives and another one yet that help put size into perspective for everyone.  … 177 more words

Book Reviews

Gravity of Thought

“Power, time, gravity, love.  The forces that really kick ass are all invisible” – David Mitchell

What if we create all that there is?  Figuratively you could say we do. 

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