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My review of a documentary about a dangerous profession that’s supposed to be hidden, but becomes even more impressive when you see how the work is done — and the women who do it.
During all my years in broadcasting, there was a rule that commercials for competing companies could not run adjacent to one another in a break. Apparently that’s no longer true, as this political season proves.
Picture Of The Day: It can be excruciatingly boring listening to comedians discuss how they do what they do. But when the comics are Jerry Seinfeld and Steve Martin, it’s genuinely fascinating.
Sacha Baron Cohen has written an op-ed for Time magazine about how we must save democracy from conspiracies. He rightly places blame at the feet of Donald Trump and Facebook.
I know you’re overwhelmed with items about the Liar-In-Chief, but I’ve gotta get these five points off my chest today.
My top twelve thoughts about last night’s Vice Presidential Debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence.
Picture Of The Day: Julie Nolke is back with the third in her series, in which she returns from the future to tell her past self the bad news about the present.
Quick thoughts on Eddie Van Halen, the cancellation of “Glow,” a world without paper, why a story about whales makes me think of “The In-Laws,” and more.
My prediction from Friday about what Trump would do when he got out of the hospital — and how his sycophants in right-wing media would react — has proven absolutely correct.
Picture Of The Day: Mandy Patinkin’s get-out-the-vote spot starts off a little hot. Good thing his wife, Kathryn, is there to cool it off.
I have a history with “Fiddler On The Roof” going back to when I was 8 or 9. That’s why I got such a kick out of a documentary about the show, from its origins on Broadway to its appeal all around the world and across cultures.
Do yourself a favor and read this Twitter thread which imagines how ex-President Jed Barlett (of “The West Wing”) would have a conference call with his former colleagues about what sort of statement he should issue in response to Trump being hospitalized with COVID-19.
The Picture Of The Day is Jake Tapper explaining where we are with coronavirus and who’s to blame.
Here are nine thoughts that occurred to me while watching the coverage of Trump and other White House staffers contracting COVID-19, including his response when told he had a low-grade fever.
Picture Of The Day: The last thing Trump wanted was for COVID-19 to continue getting a lot of attention. His contracting the disease obliterated that. But I bet there’s a White House staffer studying this movie and making secret plans.
Here’s what will happen if Trump doesn’t get seriously ill after contracting COVID-19 — and other thoughts on the subject.
Immediate question for the chief White House doctor: what dosage of hydroxychloroquine have you prescribed for the President, First Lady, and Ms. Hicks now that they’ve been infected with COVID-19?
My review of a movie that introduces the teenage sister of Sherlock Holmes (played by Millie Bobby Brown), who’s forced to play detective when her mother goes missing.