Looks like my $1,000 prize offer will go unclaimed since no one in the bi-state caught the Chinese Rocket as it fell back to Earth. I will roll it over to our next round of “Heads Up, Chicken Little!!”
My review of the new biography of a showbiz legend who directed a huge number of classic productions on stage and screen — while struggling with cocaine addiction, multiple marriages, and Walter Matthau.
If I had a radio show today, I’d be on the air offering $1,000 to anyone who catches the Chinese rocket when it falls from the sky.
From the “Restaurants My Wife Would Never Go Back To” file. As you watch the video, take note of the woman standing on a chair while everyone else at her table remains seated.
There’s a reason I never filled my office at the radio stations I worked for with personal items, family photos, or elaborate adornments of any kind. That’s why I shook my head in disbelief when I saw this photo. Let me explain.
When I heard that Bill and Melinda Gates were divorcing, my mind fast-forwarded to the next woman Bill has a relationship with — and this classic scene from the 1981 movie “Arthur.”
My review of a new movie about a mother (Glenn Close) helping her daughter (Mila Kunis) try to kick a years-long heroin addiction despite repeated failed attempts.
My review of a new movie which wastes the talents of Anthony Hopkins and others in telling a story about a professional assassin sent on a mysterious assignment. This one’s headed for my Worst Of 2021 list.
My review of a new movie (streaming on Prime Video) starring Michael B. Jordan as John Kelly, a Navy SEAL drawn into a revenge story tinged with political intrigue, based on a book by Tom Clancy.