Review Of Kenny Chesney’s Life On A Rock

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Life on a Rock, the sixteenth album from country superstar Kenny Chesney, plays like the record of someone who’s making a concerted effort to distance himself from his musical past. Recorded in Hawaii and Jamaica, among other exotic locale, the album has a decidedly reggae vibe, and while Chesney […]

Give Your Mom A Book: Mother’s Day Book Recommendations From A Mom’s Bookshelf

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If you’re planning to buy for your mom the -nth recipe book or that biography that was highly acclaimed by the critics but will bore your mom to tears, freeze right there! You want to celebrate the upcoming Mother’s Day with a gift that will entertain, uplift, inform, educate and evaluate the most important […]

Review Of Iron Man 3

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The summer is almost here and with it comes the things we look forward to all year: bonfires, beaches and blockbusters. “Iron Man 3″ has kicked off the season with an epic return to the screen in the third installment of this Marvel franchise. The film introduced a new director to the series, Shane […]

Review Of Angelopolis: A Novel By Danielle Trussoni

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“…angels existed on hearth as well as in heaven…”

The Bible refers to them as “Sons of God” (Genesis 6:1-4): in terms as controversial as cryptic, we are told that at some point during the antediluvian era, God’s heavenly creatures “saw” the daughters of men, took them as wives […]

Interview With Musician Taylor Carson

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(Photo Credit: Horizons Management)

Taylor Carson’s fifth studio album, WITH INNOCENCE, is being released TODAY! The album captures the sense of wonder and hope we all knew as children. It is infused with the optimism of dreams in everyday challenges and finds, with insightful observation, the good in the world around us. This […]

Interview With Susan Shapiro Barash, Author Of The Nine Phases Of Marriage

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“Marriage, the last vestige of Church and State, is the testimony to our commitment to each other and the culmination of profound love.” Or is it? In her latest book, The Nine Phases Of Marriage: How To Make It, Break It, Keep It, bestselling author and gender expert […]

Review Of Brad Paisley’s Wheelhouse

Review Of Brad Paisley's Wheelhouse

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Brad Paisley’s latest album Wheelhouse – his tenth since 1999 – shows listeners the talented country singer isn’t interested in staying in one musical place, but instead continuing to steer his career toward meatier material that challenges Paisley as an artist and songwriter.

Brownie points for his being able […]

Review Of Disconnect

Disconnect Review

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Now that you’ve (probably) seen Oblivion, Disconnect should be the next film on your to-see list. The drama-thriller, starring Jason Bateman and Alexander Skarsgard, among others, was an entrant in both the 2012 Venice and Toronto Film Festivals and is the first narrative from documentarian Henry-Alex Rubin (Murderball) and […]

Review Of Called Again By Jennifer Pharr Davis

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Called Again is the story of one remarkable woman’s quest to live life at one hundred percent, all the while, hiking America’s 2,181-mile Appalachian Trail in record speed.

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I have to admit: I was intimidated when I began reading Jennifer’s novel knowing that the author’s physical fitness, mental strength […]

Review Of A Place At The Table

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Actor Jeff Bridges comments, “If any other nation in the world treated their kids this way, we’d be at war.” He refers to hunger in America, an issue being brought to light by a new film called A Place at the Table. Hunger is not something normally associated with America, to the contrary, we […]

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