There are a lot of big problems in the world. And it could be argued that a lack of good TV shows for 6-11 year olds is not one of the more sweeping issues. But, in our little corner of that big problem-plagued world, the depictions of girlhood I am able to hand to my girls matter.
The cast of NBC's Undateable - and Bryan Cain-Jackson In the latest episode of my podcast BryanTALKS, I interview the cast of NBC's Undateable Liv...
In case you were asleep for the past year, The X-Files is back! And guess what? Mulder and Scully have broken up! I'll give you a moment to stop sobbing and collect yourself.
One of the questions we hear most often in Jocgeekville is "What happened to the 2015 Bermie Awards?" Truthfully, our panel of experts was too tired ...
Footie fans are used to roller-coasters of emotion, but this January is a particularly breathless experience for many. After the FA Cup action over the weekend, there are busy programmes both midweek and next weekend - and cup replays for some the midweek following...
Starting today pay a little extra attention to what messages you are taking in and how it is contributing to how you feel. Then make a switch if possible.
Within minutes, he was next to me watching it. When Supergirl saved her sister Alex by landing that airplane in the bay, he was hooked. By the end, he was whizzing around the living room flying around like a superhero.
What's really changing in terms of how we're consuming media, and where are we headed?
The start of the 4,532nd season of The Bachelor means my wife has reinstated her ongoing Bachelor viewing parties with some of her female friends. Rather than rolling my eyes and hiding out in my non-existent mancave, I crack a beer and settle in next to her on our couch...because I love my wife, because I'm secure in my masculinity, and -- most importantly -- because I actually enjoy it.
Joel Allegretti is the author of five collections of poetry, most recently The Body in Equipoise (Full Court Press, 2015), a chapbook on the theme of architecture and design. His second collection, Father Silicon (The Poet's Press, 2006), was selected by The Kansas City Star as one of 100 Noteworthy Books of 2006.
Any place where the concept is eating and shopping doesn't have to work too hard to get me in the door.
I have a secret. Something I have never admitted to most of my friends let alone admitted to thousands of judgmental people on the internet, but it's time to come clean. The weight it too heavy and the love is too deep. I love The Bachelor.
Pop Quiz: Our Gang Little Rascal or Alternative Rock Band 1. Fishbone 2. Buckwheat 3. Zebrahead 4. Alfalfa 5. Froggy 6. Weezer 7. Holly McNarlan...
Look, let's be honest: Christmas is super-gay. All that tinsel, the frolicsome dancing, mulled wine and all its fruity spices -- and oh goodness, all those holiday specials!
As we speak, there are thousands of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender folks from across the world who are not able to spend Christmas with their families this year. They have been beaten, cursed at and made to feel like they do not belong, leading them to say goodbye to their family and friends.
If we break apart the word kindness, at its root is the word kin -- meaning we are all connected. To think of ourselves as connected encourages the idea that we do in fact owe each other kindness, simply because every positive intention can have a similar output in an interconnected world.