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Die Hard fans can’t get enough of John McClane

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot True confession: I have an addiction for the “Die Hard” movies. Bruce Willis as John McClane, saving the day, almost single-handedly. In the first one he did do it alone, with the signature phrase, […]

Die Hard fans can’t get enough of John McClane

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Top photo is a YouTube screenshot True confession: I have an addiction for the “Die Hard” movies. Bruce Willis as John McClane, saving the day, almost single-handedly. In the first one he did do it alone, with the signature phrase, […]

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Hourly Why: Who has us?

Top illustration by Jeff Worman I’ve seen things in Wandavision you people wouldn’t believe. Okay, a direct reference to Nexus 6 replicant Roy Batty’s soliloquy in the Ridley Scott sci-fi noir

Anne Baldwin finds inspiration in self-quarantine

I interviewed Anne Baldwin, an artist who has overcome traumatic injury, homelessness and during self-isolation quarantine due to the COVID-19 Pandemic became a self-taught portrait artist with no formal

Earl “Chinna” Smith: A Kingston reasoning, Part 2

 with Legendary Guitarist  (The Interview: Part 2) In part one of my March interview with legendary guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith – conducted at Chinna’s house in Kingston, Jamaica – many topics were

Men In Black: Are Mysterious MIB Human or Alien?

Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith from the feature film MIB - Men In Black With April 15 fast approaching, perhaps this would be a good time to remind our

‘The Way Back’ is far from a slam dunk

2 out of 4 stars Ben Affleck’s life on the screen - where he’s played everyone from Jack Ryan to Batman and bank robber to a World War II fighter

Tommy Castro returning to the L.A. area

Tommy Castro & The Painkillers, touring in support of their latest Alligator Records release, Killin’ It Live , will perform at The Rose in Pasadena on Thursday, March 19,

‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ is fast paced and straight forward

2.5 stars out of 4 Here’s how fast Sonic the Hedgehog, the lightning-quick blue blur that Sega introduced to the video game world nearly 30 years ago: He’s so quick

Beverly Hills is a nice place to live or visit

Beverly Hills, California got major media attention yet again when Jeff Bezos bought a true mega-mansion from David Geffen for a staggering $165 million dollars. But then again Beverly

Legendary members of Soul Syndicate still burning the fire: New albums released

With February’s confluence of earthstrong celebrations for reggae’s king, Bob Marley — this year, his 75th—and its crown prince, Dennis Brown (not far behind at 63), and also, ever

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