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THE RISE & FALL OF TV'S GOLDEN AGE: 1999 - 2015

Warning:  There’s nothing new about the media I’m about to feature.  However, it’s all highly intelligent.

After finally catching up with The Wire, I’m starting to believe that  1,034 more words

Television

Watch list for November

I watch a lot of TV shows and a whole lot of films. If I had a child, I wouldn’t want them spending that much time in front of a screen, no matter what the size. 1,151 more words

Film

Without Grace qualifies for 2018 Academy Awards Consideration

Wow!  This happened! Without Grace qualifies for 2018 Academy Awards Consideration. Yay for #Oscars! I couldn’t be more honored, humbled, or excited. Congratulations to our whole team! 17 more words

Elsewhere

The latest issue of The Wire, #405, for November, is out now, and in it you can read my coverage of the Ostrava Days 2017 festival, which was it’s usual excellent self. 24 more words

Music

The best 280-character tweet of them all came from 'The Wire' actor Isiah Whitlock Jr.

That’s it, it’s done, no more trying anymore.

We have found the perfect 280-character tweet now that Twitter doubled the size of what users can write, so you can all pack your bags and go home. 64 more words

Internet Culture

The blog and the social media

Because The Wire had signed up to be some kind of A-listed publisher with Facebook, The Wire‘s staff was required to create Facebook Pages under each writer/editor’s name. 527 more words

Writing & Publishing

Redemption Song and Dance: Little Melvin Williams Is Not The Deacon He Played On "The Wire"

By Van Smith

Published in City Paper, Mar. 19, 2008

“I’m sorry I let you in the door,” Melvin Williams says as he ushers a reporter out of his warehouse office to the sidewalk outside, where the conversation continues. 1,603 more words

Maryland Crime