October 31, 2014
Actually Halloween is one of the oldest holidays still celebrated. As I said its origins can be traced back to the Celtics almost 2000 years ago. The Druids regarded November 1 as New Year’s Day. It was known as Samhain, (pronounced sow’-en), which literally meant the end of summer. It was a time for celebrating the year’s harvest and for honoring the dead. The Celts believed that all laws of time and space were suspended during this time, allowing spirits to roam the earth and intermingle with the living, so they built raging fires and made offerings to appease these restless spirits.
July 23, 2014
Long time TV and Movie star James Garner passed away at his home in Los Angeles Saturday from natural causes. Best remembered for his TV series “Maverick” and “The Rockford Files” James Garner’s acting career spanned both Television and Motion pictures. Garner had more than 80 movie and TV credits in his 50 year career. […]
July 4, 2014
“America – The Movie” opens this Fourth of July weekend across the country. It is a great way to explore the greatness that is the United States.
June 24, 2014
In a Playboy interview out this month, Gary Oldman puts political correctness to the test and comes out as a Libertarian.
June 13, 2014
Actress, playwright, civil rights activist, journalist, poet, all these and more combined to make Ruby Dee a force to be reckoned with. Born Ruby Ann Wallace in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1922, her family moved to New York’s Harlem when she was a child. She began acting in New York in the 1940’s Her first onscreen […]
May 30, 2014
Over the last week we have lost two iconic personalities who were at total opposite ends of the Entertainment spectrum. On Saturday May 24th comedic actor and long time game show host Richard Dawson passed away and on Wednesday May 28th we lost world famous Poet, Writer, Actor and Director Maya Angelou. RICHARD DAWSON Richard […]
May 17, 2014
Hollywood is one of the most tolerant places on Earth…unless you’re not like everyone else. And, being a Women, Gay Conservative definitely places me into that category.
May 6, 2014
By Alan Smithee And I said “I made it through “The Lone Ranger” and cannot recommend it. I was disappointed in its representation of cultural heroes as twisted comical half-witted bumbling abstractions. These are supposed to be legends of “loftier” stature, instruments of a message of good, like Batman and Robin, Roy Rogers, Tom […]