Archives: March 2010

April 1st.

April 1st, starts in a little under two hours here. And tomorrow, I start on something exciting. Something big. Something called Script Frenzy. The little brother of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), Script Frenzy has writers churn out 100 pages of script in just 30 days. While November’s always been a daunting month for me

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Bravo, is it time we part ways?

When my parents finally got cable when I was in high school, my favorite network was Bravo. They showed operas and Broadway shows on the weekend! I admit, I didn’t always watch the operas (though a someone who was learning opera, I probably should have), but I watched all the musicals. Sunday in the Park

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Sloppy Writing: E! Online.

I spend much of my day reading entertainment sites. When I’m not facebooking or procrastinating trying out a new recipe, I’m looking for the latest news (and sometimes gossip). Admittedly, I’ve become dissatisfied with the quality level. As is true across the board in journalism, most sites want to get stories up before someone else,

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Frankly, I’m confused.

Health Care Reform passed yesterday, and yet, I’m seeing so many people saying that this is the “death” of America and liberty. People who clearly have swallowed the Fox News Flavor Aid. (I have nothing against a conservative news channel- however, Fox News doesn’t offer news. They offer spin, hype and lots of sound bytes…

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Food Network – why the hate?

I read a lot of food blogs, and typically all the reviews on recipes that I think I might make. And well, I’ve noticed a lot of people who are angry at Food Network. Once upon a time, there was a woman who revolutionized food television- indeed, she basically created it. Julia Child. A woman

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