As the debate rages, why is the psychological component ignored?
Once Upon a Time, My Mother Met Her Favorite Soap Opera Star.
The Indian reservation of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, is rife with meth and alcohol. The teens I met are kind and loving, scared and distrustful. Their rate of suicides are the highest in the U.S.
There is beauty there. Strength too. And, most of all, love.
Along the way, the fates had other plans.
Who are you, really? Are you different? Why is that wrong?
A Balanced View of #MeToo
How an Innocuous 2004 Dinner with a Former Collections Client Led to a Literary Feeding Frenzy, and a Rightful Outcome.
Dad, you will never leave me.
Greta Gerwig becomes the fifth woman to be nominated for a Best Director Oscar, while cultural concerns continue to blur artistic value.
WWE, a Public Company, Revolutionizes Women’s Wrestling and Embraces a New Era of Corporate and Personal Responsibility. Will they receive mainstream acceptance for their efforts?
A Personal Accounting of a True Hollywood Crime Story that Changed my Life.
“Solo” is coming.
On the subject of our current U.S. President, in disclosure I consider myself one of his harsher critics. His “results” are arguable, though for the purpose of this essay, I’ll strive to be objective.
There are two truths in play here. The first truth is I know less than you. I am a new hubber. The second truth is I am also a multi-published author, and a multi-produced screenwriter. I can help.
Part Six of Six
These books, though some of them are closely-held favorites, specifically represent cultural influence as opposed to personal preference. I am anticipating some hair-pulling. Here goes ...
There will never be another decade like it. Nothing was off-limits, and yet the bravest and boldest period in cinema history would give way to event filmmaking that redefined an industry.
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The well-publicized television development group preps for a busy marketplace.