When I’m looking for the ultimate film version of sci-fi author Philip K. Dick’s story “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale,” give me Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Total Recall.” Published July 30 2012
Sherman Hemsley has permanently left the building. George Jefferson is now reunited with his beloved Weezie, having moved on up to that deluxe apartment in the sky. Published July 28 2012
Long before George Clooney was tying his scrubs on to play Dr. Doug Ross on ER, Chad Everett was setting the standard for future medical dramas as Dr. Joe Gannon on Medical Center. Published July 26 2012
Sherman Hemsley brought us face to face with a sometimes comical and exaggerated example of racist America, but never so outrageous that we could dismiss it as hubris. Published July 25 2012
The recently announced 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are proof positive America’s TV networks, (ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox) have plenty of competition on their hands. Published July 23 2012
Through a 6-disc set, viewers relive the complete 26-episode run of the first season of The Next Generation, painstakingly remastered and starring Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Published July 23 2012
Quadrophenia, The Who's iconic 1973 double album will be the focus of legendary's band 2012/2013 tour starting November 1. The tour will include a stop at Washington's Verizon Center on Tuesday, November 13th. Published July 19 2012
The summer season at Wolf Trap continues with music stalwart Johnny Mathis continuing with Jackson Brown and ending with the Flo & Eddie Happy Together tour with Mickey Dolenz and others. Published July 7 2012
Wolf Trap: July schedule begins with Seal on July 10 includes Seal, Buddy Guy, Jackson Browne and Gin Blossoms Published July 6 2012
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