Monthly Archives: April 2012

RIP Barnabas Collins

I heard that last week the actor that portrayed the original Barnabas Collins had passed away.  This is a very timely thing considering the recent release of the movie “Dark Shadows.”  I won’t even go into the fact when I … Continue reading

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“Red’s ” Dream Comes True

At PAWS, it is a special time when an animal is adopted and gets a forever home.  Last Sunday, PAWS Chicago said farewell to a special resident. After two and a half years , PAWS Ambassador “Red” was adopted.  To … Continue reading

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Fox Celebrates 25! Part One The Early Years

In 1987 , a new network was born. With the advent of cable channels like Showtime and HBO, people really didn’t that have many options when it came to free channels.  Fox came in a with a whisper and began … Continue reading

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The Stars Shine in the Windy City

Thursday evening, the place to be in Chicago was the Radisson Blu.  The best of the television community gathered for the 48th Hugo Awards. The Hugo Awards are an international competition that culminate in an award ceremony that honors the … Continue reading

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TV Sluts and Pigs

We all know them. Guys and girls who have no morals or scruples. They jump from bed to bed. They sleep around and they cheat on their spouse or lover. Or they refuse to get in a committed relationship for … Continue reading

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Just Too Good to be True – Jersey Boys

Jersey has come to be known for many things, obnoxious twenty somethings, a mob family, and great music.  One of the greatest acts in rock and roll history is told in “Jersey Boys”  It is the musical tale of Frankie … Continue reading

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Lunch with the “Jersey Boys”

There are a lot of great perks to this job goody bags,  getting into great parties, and this,  I got to have pizza with the cast of “Jersey Boys.” Thanks to Home Run Pizza and the great folks at Broadway … Continue reading

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