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October 22, 2018

Arctic Monkeys at the Hollywood Bowl

by Caroline McElroy
October 18, 2018

Acting Exercises You Can Do at Home - #2

by Fran Montano
October 17, 2018

An Interview with *EMMY WINNER FRAN MONTANO*

by Waide Aaron Riddle
October 15, 2018

Save Now or Save Later?

by Lillian Appleby
October 11, 2018

How to matter to your dog...be relevant

by Bethany Wilson
October 10, 2018

Interior Design - How to decorate with one color

by Christopher Porikos
October 01, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - October 2018

by Maya White
September 28, 2018

Very, Very Independent Filmmaking….it’s all about the timing

by NoHo - North Hollywood
September 27, 2018

The Dangers of Alcohol

by Connor Coman
September 26, 2018

Wacko!

by Raleigh Barrett
September 20, 2018

Hiking "The Mighty Five" National Parks in Utah

by Jack Witt
September 19, 2018

Acting Exercises You Can Do at Home

by Fran Montano
September 17, 2018

An Interview with the Dreamgirls Cast

by Luckie
September 16, 2018

Greta Van Fleet @ the Grammy Museum Los Angeles

by Caroline McElroy
September 13, 2018

How Much Do I Need to Save?

by Lillian Appleby
September 11, 2018

The Future of Rescue

by Bethany Wilson
September 03, 2018

Into Fall with Leopard Print

by Mia
August 30, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - September 2018

by Maya White

Review of Blade Runner 2049; Battle of the Sexes

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Suicide Squad; Jason Bourne; Café Society

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A female hiker with bleeding feet howls in the wilderness as one of her ill-fitting boots plunges into the abyss; so begins Wild, based on Cheryl Strayed’s memoir recounting her efforts to reverse the downward spiral that had become her life by hiking a thousand miles (or more) of the Pacific Coast Trail.

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I’ve managed to catch up with a few of the many summer films that the major studios have pinned their hopes on.  Let me start with two films that might be worth your time. The animated, 3-D Despicable Me is a joy from beginning to end, including the closing credits (stay for them).

Steve Carell voices Gru, a supervillain (with financial support from the Bank of Evil) whose grandiose schemes have resulted in diminishing financial returns. 

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