My review of “Booksmart,” a coming-of-age story of two friends who devoted all their time in high school to academics and each other. But, on the eve of graduation, they’re gonna make up for their lack of partying in one night.
Scarlett Johansson is just one of the names in the news who comes up in this week’s edition of Have You Been Paying Attention? See how many of these Harris Challenge questions you can answer.
Random observations on last night’s re-creation of classic episodes of “All In The Family” and “The Jeffersons” on ABC, complete with the usual over-excited studio audience.
Heidi Schreck’s mostly one-woman show asks and answers a lot of questions about the constitution’s lack of legal protections for women (and others). It’s powerful and funny, too. Here’s my review.
Today’s Harris Challenge starts with the trivia category Once You Go Black, followed by 20th Century Timeline. Play both, then post your scores and challenge your friends!
Two years ago, after seeing it on Broadway, I raved about the musical “Come From Away.” Last night, I attended a performance by the national touring company and am happy to report it is still a great show — though I have one complaint about the audience.
Though I haven’t eaten beef in a decade, I still remember enjoying a Steak ‘n Shake double steakburger and side-by-side shake. But the restaurants always had a big problem, and now have one that’s even bigger — lawsuits that could keep the outlets from ever reopening.
Line Of The Day: Watching TV storm coverage in the poker room, with color-coded maps of surrounding areas, Mike says, “I have as much chance of identifying Calhoun County on a map as I do Azerbaijian.”
Has anyone ever checked the mortality rates of Ben Carson’s brain surgery patients? Asking for a friend who likes Oreos.
Today’s Harris Challenge starts with a category about TV shows you probably never watched this season which have just been cancelled. Then you can try to identify some Men With Recognizable Names.
Keanu Reeves and director Chad Stahelski return with the third in their series of adventures of John Wick, a hitman who may have made too many enemies. Here’s my review.