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Dick Clark’s Death: A Day We Thought Would Never Come

In a day that we surely thought would never come, America’s iconic game-show host, radio and television personality, and businessman has passed away at the age of 82 from a massive heart attack¬†while at St. John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, where he was recovering from an outpatient procedure he has last night. The man … Continue reading

Gallery: Some of My Favorite Classic Fine Art

For me, art speaks to me in as many volumes as any book. This painting to the left by Vincent Van Gogh has defined the meaning of fine art. I can get lost in the flow of the sky, lost in the stars, play in the hills, and see myself within the town below. this … Continue reading

Justice Served? Conrad Murray Sentenced to Max Term

Dr. Conrad Murray has just been sentenced to a maximum term sentence of four years to be served in the LA County Jail. This would seem to close a chapter in one of the biggest tragedies to hit the entertainment world this century. Whether or not Michael Jackson was a contributing factor in his own … Continue reading

Natalie Wood, Dennis Davern, Robert Wagner, and 30th Anniversary Book Sales

Now, who does not like a good ole controversy? I mean the type of controversy that ended in the death of a beloved and extremely accomplished actress. A controversy that was supposed to be solved in an accidental death thirty years ago by the authorities, but now by the grace of God (or some publisher … Continue reading

Tribeca Film Festival 2011: The Window to Our Souls

In a world of flashy, big budget, 3D superstar action movies, it is sure nice to see that those at the Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Films have preserved a true form of movie making. They have preserved the soul and they do this each in their own unique ways. “American Mystic”, directed by Alex … Continue reading

Kahn & Selesnick: Modern Art through the Eyes of the Ancient Mystic

    Every once in a while, if you look close enough, you come across artists that are doing something very different from the remainder of the pack. They feel like a breath of fresh air in that they seem to be expressing something that you have been unable to put into words or pictures. … Continue reading

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