It’s Stevie Wonder’s turn to be immortalized in a major motion picture.
More celebrities need to use their platform to promote quarantining at home, social distancing and donating money to relief funds.
Alex Smith’s two-year journey back to the field proves that sports are worth playing for.
With problematic candidates and an out-of-date electoral college, it is OK to exercise your American right of not voting.
Here’s what my family had to say about folklore, Taylor Swift’s latest album.
Halloween is a time for trick-or-treating, fun costumes and scary movies.
Here’s the best way to fully experience The Conjuring’s MCU-esque universe. From Annabelle to The Nun and more.
The lobbying practices of gig companies to exempt themselves from sufficiently paying and providing benefits to their employees in California must be defeated handily in the upcoming election.
Clayton Kershaw is one of the greatest pitchers the game has ever seen, and he deserves better treatment than he gets.
Next time you watch a superhero movie, make sure to watch for the underlying policical themes and propaganda.
Although it is all in good fun to giggle at the joke, it doesn’t need to be seen that way.
Historically, poll watching has done nothing except intimidate voters.
Major League Baseball recognizes a 12-year partnership with Stand Up To Cancer at each of it’s major events during the season.
Congressional Democrats are contradicting their own message and failing the American people.
How “Coraline” eschews certain conventions of children horror films, in favor of a timeless terror.
Why the first book fails as a Frankenstein reworking.
The Beatles are objectively a great band. In classic Gen Z fashion, they dislike them for that reason.
If the movement continues to focus on individual agendas and reject women who do not agree with them, then the movement will not expand and we will be divided even further.
52 years later, we’re still fighting the same fight as the Chicago 7.
This week, my family rates Fine Line by Harry Styles.