What would you do for someone you loved? This man would do anything.
CBS Correspondent Steve Hartman has a few ideas on how we can all heal.
“His career seemed like a bad novel and indeed spawned several.”
A 1960s queer boy finds solace in television in Jim Elledge’s poem.
A show that tells the tale of the cousin of a well known hero and how she makes her mark in a new citySuperhero shows are all the rage right now. You can see them on many of the national networks and a even on a few streaming sites. Programs like The Flash, Daredevil, Arrow and…
Reverend J. Edwin Bacon, Jr shows us the touching story of a son who woke up to a dead mother, and how he was inspired to grow from it.
What made Jon Stewart, and moreover The Daily Show, trustworthy and compelling to young adults?
Sure, it’s “just entertainment” but it is also a belief system that condones the abuse of men. Why do we think that is funny?
A show that reminds us how far we have come as a society in embracing our inner nerd.
DC Comics has nine television shows on the air or in production.
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Brent Almond argues that an upcoming gay adoption subplot on the popular CBS sitcom is an insulting dismissal of the reality of same-sex adoption in the United States.
Scott Pelley, on CBS Evening News, talks of the struggles of today and how to get to peace.
J.E. Fishman questions the importance of publishing companies in a book’s success.
It’s the end of an era for late night talk shows, as the last of the reigning kings steps down.
Forgotten now, but four years ago the NCAA backed down in the face of fan opposition to a plan to expand the annual men’s basketball tournament to 96 teams. Brian Lutz says its one of the few times that fans won out over corporate greed.