Josette Akresh-Gonzales’s Pushcart-nominated poem is one of mourning and celebration, in which “The front door is open for the ten /people who will say the kaddish with me. They don’t have to knock.”
Remembering intense, real, love.
Dinotrux has been strong on Netflix so far and this season will be no differentNetflix is a company that knows what they are doing. They have created a service pretty much everyone can afford but that is not all. They have changed the ways people watch movies and TV shows yet that wasn’t enough. Years…
Jim Jackson loved his stint at a video rental store and envisioned spending his later years working there too.
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John Faithful Hamer remembers the 80’s through Netflix’s hit show, Stranger Things.
Mark Grenier ranks Albert Brooks’ movies now hosted by Netflix in order of urgency – check them out here.
Maria Bamford’s new meta-comedy shatters every expectation of what it means to be a woman – here’s how.
All Things Geek Conntributor Emma Henderson assiduously reviews Supernatural Seinen Anime phenom AJIN:Demi-Human and offers recommendations for fledgling Otakus!
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The cast of Voltron Legendary Defender was at this years Wondercon and Jay Snook was able to ask them some questionsThe cast of Voltron Legendary Defender was at this years Wondercon and gave a ton of information about this new series. There was a packed panel where fans of all ages were able to ask…
Men have destroyed the Earth beyond repair—but at least we have Smartphones.
John Stamos wins the day. Or did he?
The entertainment veterans on the journey from book to animated series, how it’s different than most kids’ shows, and why it’s not just boys who love it.