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Yakmala: Battle of the Year

I always thought of breakdancing as something existing in the increasingly graying depths of my youth in the ‘80s. I figured it went the way of crimped ponytails, wearing eight pairs of socks at once, or Walter Mondale. 1,243 more words

Projected Pixels And Emulsion

Getting a bead on a character

How do you get a bead on a character? When I was writing short fiction I found that the details of a character’s physical appearance didn’t really matter. 287 more words

On Writing

USA Debuting Carlton Cuse's 'Colony' with Josh Holloway at Comic-Con

Comic-Con favorite Josh Holloway is heading back to San Diego this summer. The “Lost” alum will be on hand to promote his new series, “Colony” on USA Network. 173 more words


Using My Hollywood Obsession to Write Romance

So, confession time: I’m a huge celebrity gossip junkie.

I admit it.

I’m a terrible person.

Not as terrible as I used be… in high school, college, and even those first boring years of work, I ate up celebrity news like a starving hyena in a desert on a hot post-apocalyptic day. 450 more words

One Week In Hawaii

Polytech's Mullnack named News Journal Wrestler of the Year

DOVER – Mark Mullnack of Polytech, who went 37-2 and won the DIAA individual state championship at 220 pounds, was named The News Journal Wrestler of the Year on Thursday night at the annual Delaware Wrestling Alliance banquet at the Modern Maturity Center. 316 more words


Modern action movies: "Sabotage"

Does Arnold “Arnie” Schwarzenegger still has what it takes in the action-thriller-drama Sabotage?

(USA 2014, director: David Ayer)

A group of special DEA forces is accused of having stolen money, and after a failed investigation put on hold, they’re killed one by one, and it’s up to detective Lizzy Murray to find out if it’s a drug cartel or one of head honcho John ‘Breacher’ Wharton’s gang who’s doing the killings. 336 more words


Cast Catch-Up: 'LOST'

4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42.

It’s safe to say that number sequence is going to be stuck in the heads of Lost fans until the end of time. 774 more words

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