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It's An Illness

“There’s something about addiction. When it’s about the people we care about we call it an illness. When it’s about someone we don’t know, we just look at them like criminals. 213 more words

Eating Disorders

Thanks for the Magic

“And you may think this is just a story, but that’s the thing about stories—they’re more than just words. They live inside us. They make us who we are. 1,210 more words


We can laugh about it now

Friday at last. Phew. Yesterday I was involved in a little fender-bender on the way to work about two blocks from my house. No big deal, but it still threw me for a loop. 292 more words

...Kill It

It’s that time of year when once upon a time, television series would wrap up their seasons. Of course, in the golden age of television there is no off-season. 333 more words


Emmett "Babe" Wallace NOT Vern Smith

I made a Major Boo-Boo on this my last post.  First of all Mr. Vern Smith, an announcer for Jubilee Radio Program was not a Black man. 461 more words


'Sex and the City' Movie Screening and Discussion at Nitehawk Cinema, June 6

As part of Sex and the City and Us release week, I’ll be at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on June 6 for a screening of the first  56 more words

About Me

TV Time: The Americans 6.07

After a little hiatus, I’m back and ready (but also completely NOT READY) to discuss this final run of episodes with all of you! And because I feel these last episodes of such a deep and complex show deserve a little more attention, the format for these posts will be changing slightly to accommodate even more analysis. 2,761 more words