Mr. Tyler Perry has the right to diversify his media offerings, many content creators have done so before him, and many more will do so after he’s gone.
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“His career seemed like a bad novel and indeed spawned several.”
The legendary illusionist talks to the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins about his magic show, background, and business success.
For close to two months, I was experiencing some measure of happiness. I was watching baseball in the basement, beers an arm’s length, screaming at the television. I was in my element, actually enjoying life.
From ads about drugs to zombies, what are we overly saturated with in today’s society?
The news can be downright graphic and unbearable—even for adults. How can parents run interference?
On this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Chris Murphy and Jared Easley discuss life lessons from the hit show.
TWDS6 Finale: one last horrible day on Earth.
Embed from Getty Images Marco Rubio, a Florida Senator running for President, is avoiding the high road and instead stooping to the level of Mr. Donald Trump, a risky move that could cast a wide net of cynicism over the GOP. — It’s great advice for a child or an adult that, when facing a…
The Ku Klux Klan has received mainstream media attention for its perceived alliance with a presidential candidate and for a street fight that ended with three detractors stabbed.
At final GOP debate before Super Tuesday, Dr. Ben Carson and Gov. John Kasich were given little mic time.
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A 1960s queer boy finds solace in television in Jim Elledge’s poem.
Did the once smart American Horror Story become a bloody gay mess?
There are a lot of rumors. Alex Temblador breaks down what is real about Charlie and his HIV status.