The Fault In Our Stars (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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The Fault In Our Stars (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

The Fault in Our Stars http://www.popentertainment.com/movie_revs/faultinourstars.htm It takes a sure hand and a lot of talent to create a story which is concurrently tragically poignant and at the same time smartly and snarkily distrustful of the basic elements of tragically poignant stories.  John Green’s young adult novel The Fault In Our Stars is beloved not just because … Continue reading

Valerie Harper – Kicking Cancer New York Style
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Valerie Harper – Kicking Cancer New York Style

Valerie Harper – Kicking Cancer New York Style by Ronald Sklar The beloved Rhoda star helps launch The American Lung Association’s Lung Force initiative. On May 13, 2014 in Manhattan, actress and lung cancer survivor Valerie Harper, along with country music star Kellie Pickler, helped kick off of a new women’s health initiative for The … Continue reading

Amy Yasbeck Shares Her Love and Laughter
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Amy Yasbeck Shares Her Love and Laughter

Amy Yasbeck Shares Her Love and Laughter by Ronald Sklar Copyright ©2010 PopEntertainment.com.  All rights reserved.  Posted: October 21, 2010.   Beloved actor John Ritter’s sudden death sent shock waves both around the world and close to home. Ritter died on September 11, 2003, which was by coincidence the second anniversary of the attack on the World … Continue reading

Erik Palladino – ER Doc Talks AIDS Awareness
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Erik Palladino – ER Doc Talks AIDS Awareness

Erik Palladino ER Doc Talks AIDS Awareness by Ruby Comer  My locks need to be trimmed so I swing to my neighborhood salon, Shorty’s Barber Shop, because the first Wednesday of each month they donate their day’s salary to one of my favorite AIDS organizations, LA Shanti. As my hair is foiled in bleach and baked … Continue reading