Welcome to America 2016, folks, where any semblance of the esteem Presidential Debates and campaigns in general used to hold is rapidly going up in Trump-flavored flames.
There was more than one loser in the big debate, but that’s no surprise.
Gone are the days when people looked forward to mowing their lawn (if those days ever existed).
The hotly anticipated sci-fi drama Westworld, based on the source material from Michael Crichton, debuted on HBO last night.
Fall is like saying hello and goodbye all at once.
Just about every American politician uses the phrase, “real Americans.” I’ve heard it plenty this election season, and most recently at the first presidential debate. This phrase irks me.
After months of anticipation, Luke Cage is finally dropping on Netflix this Friday.
If you haven’t picked a favorite tree yet, consider choosing the sassafras.
The 2016 Emmys aired last Sunday, and for once I walked away from a winner’s list with the feeling that every award went to a deserving performer or production.
We typically think of eggs around springtime and Easter, and most people promptly forget about them when summer fun arrives.