On Top of the Wizard World
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On Top of the Wizard World

On Top of the Wizard World by Jay S. Jacobs Such a feeling is coming over us. There is wonder in most everything we see. The reason is clear, it’s because Wizard World is back. Philly’s baby sister to San Diego and New York’s huge corporate Comic-Cons, Wizard World Philadelphia is a more intimate and … Continue reading

Hayley Orrantia – The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea
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Hayley Orrantia – The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea

Hayley Orrantia The Goldbergs Actress Likes Her Music Like She Likes Her Tea by Jay S. Jacobs On television, Hayley Orrantia is known as Erica Goldberg, the brainy and tough only daughter of a Jewish family in the Philadelphia suburban town of Jenkintown back in the 1980s. In real life, Orrantia is brainy and tough, … Continue reading

Lost in Space (A PopEntertainment.com TV Review)
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Lost in Space (A PopEntertainment.com TV Review)

LOST IN SPACE SEASON ONE (2018) (Netflix) Still Lost in Space Netflix brings back the sci-fi classic in this winning reboot by Mark Mussari “Danger, Will Robinson.” You’ll feel a certain thrill when the Robot speaks those lines in the first episode of Netflix’s new reboot of Lost in Space. It might be your childhood … Continue reading

Neil Meron and Marc Platt – Resurrecting Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
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Neil Meron and Marc Platt – Resurrecting Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert

Neil Meron and Marc Platt Resurrecting Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert by Jay S. Jacobs In 1970, a pair of fairly unknown composers named Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice released a concept album called Jesus Christ Superstar, a rock opera about the life of Christ looking through a (then-) modern prism. The record was … Continue reading

Julie Cerda – Reaching New Heights in Children of a Lesser God
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Julie Cerda – Reaching New Heights in Children of a Lesser God

Julie Cerda Reaching New Heights in Children of a Lesser God By Jay S. Jacobs Broadway is the dream, and Julee Cerda has finally reached it. The role which has made this dream a reality is in the much-anticipated revival of Mark Medoff’s Tony Award-winning play Children of a Lesser God, which became a smash … Continue reading

Slime Time at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards
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Slime Time at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

Slime Time at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards By Samantha Speiss After four-weeks of voting, the 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards splashed onto the screens of millions. And though kids’ (and adults’) attention spans can be minuscule, Nickelodeon left everyone wanting more. The 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards were held on March 24, 2018, at the Forum … Continue reading

The Deuce (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)
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The Deuce (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)

The Deuce The Complete First Season (HBO Home Entertainment – 2018) New York City in the 70s was dirty, sleazy, violent and wild, but it also had a certain throbbing energy that the current Disney-ification of the city has pretty much defanged. Long before sky-high rents and massive chain stores turned the city into the … Continue reading