Paddington 2 (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Paddington 2 (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

PADDINGTON 2 (2018) Starring Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Madeleine Harris, Samuel Joslin, Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson, Jim Broadbent, Simon Farnaby, Peter Capaldi, Joanna Lumley, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Tom Conti, Noah Taylor, Eileen Atkins and the voices of Ben Whishaw, Michael Gambon and Imelda Staunton. Screenplay by Paul King and Simon Farnaby. Directed by Paul … Continue reading

Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World
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Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World

Bryan Callen – It’s A Man’s, Man’s World by Jay S. Jacobs Stand up comedian.  Actor.  Podcast host.  Father.  Occasional color commentary guy.  Seeker of knowledge.  Chronicler of sexual roles. You don’t want to be the dude responsible for keeping Bryan Callen’s résumé current. You’ve seen him on TV, or on the big screen, or in the … Continue reading

Dino Misetic – Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man
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Dino Misetic – Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man

Dino Misetic Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man by Richard Vitali Dino Misetic, 27, is Washington DC based artist whose new exhibition “life and LIFE” opens April 23, 2009 at Mendelson Gallery in Pittsburgh. This young emerging artist, who got his degree in Fine Art in 2005 from Carnegie Mellon University, spends months creating each piece … Continue reading

Richard Price – Better Than Fiction
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Richard Price – Better Than Fiction

RICHARD PRICE BETTER THAN FICTION BY RONALD SKLAR If Richard Price’s life story were made into a movie, you would accuse the joint of being too far-fetched.  But, as the old cliché goes, truth is stranger than fiction. Price came up in a Bronx housing project, but his gift for writing gained him entrance into the … Continue reading

Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six
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Elwood Reid – He Didn’t Six

Elwood Reid He Didn’t Six By Ronald Sklar Elwood Reid and I have formed the I-Love-Richard-Price Club. You already may (and should) know that Richard Price (The Wanderers, Ladies’ Man, Blood Brothers and Clockers) is the most brilliant working-class writer who ever lived. Elwood and I worship and adore him. So, kids: now you know the yin-yang of … Continue reading