A few years ago I wrote about what I’ve come to view as “Seasonal Greetings Disorder.” Sadly, we’ve made little progress in the U.S. and 2012 is no different. People still bristle at being hailed with the “wrong” greeting.Read More
Some books are written with the intention of making their readers uncomfortable in a good way, to make them think “outside of the box.” Others treat with ordinary topics, but belie subtler meanings beneath a comely surface.Read More
The CSC Theatre production of William Inge’s “Bus Stop” is a slow-but-sometimes-funny romp through the dated social mores of the 1950s.
Though I was disappointed with the play’s resolution, I was delighted by the wonderful set and the cast’s performance.Read More
“The Hunger Games” is epic—and not in the over-worn parlance of American teenagers—but like to the works of Homer, Virgil, and J.K. Rowling. My feeble reader’s brain could never have cooked up the dark fire and majesty of the movie’s unlikely hero.Read More
YouTube user LaughPong, whose tagline states, “I make funny videos for your enjoyment. The more you laugh, the more powerful I become.” Won over The Eagle staff with this hilarious parody of Dragon Shout from Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim.Read More