When I was growing up in the eighties, Cheers was one of my favorite tv shows. Now, with the advent of TiVo and Netflix, I’ve been slowly but surely re-watching the entire series and it remains one of the best comedies ever to grace the small screen. 3,000 more words
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My mother has this story that she likes to tell where I’m three years-old and I’m sitting on the front porch of our house in sub-urban Baltimore with suitcase waiting for a cab to come down the street and whisk me away to the airport. 655 more words
Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss shine as a young, struggling couple who are sent to a secluded resort to undergo a unique type of therapy. Once they arrive, they quickly realize that nothing there is what it seems in this thought-provoking comic gem from this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Let’s face it, painting your face black if you are white, or white if you are black does not equal uproarious laughter. Maybe I just don’t get “it” but my racist radar immediately gets activated. 593 more words