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A Film Review: ‘The Secret of Kells’

The Secret of Kells, directed by Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey, art directed by Ross Stewart (Cartoon Saloon), animated, 76 minutes. A 2010 Oscar® nominee...

The Artist’s View

Michael Monroe…Live At The Cedar was an ambitious undertaking for me. I challenged myself to get everything right the first time, from performing all...

Review: Emotional Freedom

EMOTIONAL FREEDOM: Liberate Yourself From Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life (Harmony, $24), by Judith Orloff, M.D., 416 pages We live in a tumultuous, fear-dominated...

Mike Leigh’s ‘Happy-Go-Lucky’ Giggles

There have been some wonderful films lately that have looked at those of us who present what we might call our "wounded" face to...

My 5 Favorite Films of 2008

As I note every year, my favorite films are not the ones that I consider the "best' films of 2008. I do not believe...

What’s New: A Glance at New Things to Experience

NEW BOOK - FOOD ENERGETICS: The Spiritual, Emotional, and Nutritional Power of What We Eat, by Steve Gagne (Inner Traditions Intl), $24.95, 562 pages,...

Charm, Joy in Last Chance Harvey

It's "Award" season in Hollywood. This is the time of year when movies of "substance" finally make their way into some theaters across...

What’s New in December 2008

NEW BOOKSTHE BETTER WORLD SHOPPING GUIDE, by Dr. Ellis Jones (New Society Publishers), $9.95, www.betterworldshopper.orgTo help consumers navigate the shopping maze, The Better World...

What’s New: A Glance at New Things to Experience

NEW BOOKSWHY WALK WHEN YOU CAN FLY? Soar Beyond Your Fears and Love Yourself & Others Unconditionally, by Isha (New World Library), 149 pages,...

What’s New: A glance at New Things to Experience

NEW BOOKSSPIRITUALITY FOR MOMMIES: Empowering Women at all Life Stages, by Paula M. Ezop (Lulu.com), 96 pages, $14.95, download $8.50, at lulu.com/content/3962989Spirituality for Mommies...

After Life

Every once in a while, a film comes along with such an intriguing premise that we bolt upright in our chairs when we first see...