New Moon In Aries = Active & Assertive!

 On Saturday April 18, 2015, the “New Moon” provides us with a great time to initiate projects and make changes. The Sun has been in Aries, the 1st sign of the Zodiac, since 3/20 and with both luminaries in this assertive, often rambunctious Fire sign, expect some volatile, combustible happenings. Beware of rash moves and acting/speaking without thinking, but since the sign is ruled by active, energetic planet Mars, you can take advantage of all that good aggressive physicality. Go for it! (But, keep the flame thrower in the closet.)...more
Keep the outbursts and explosions to a minimum, and you'll be fine! (And, anyway, you can always ...more

Why Is Titanic Still So Fascinating After 103 Years?

  Very early in the morning on April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank below the icy waters of the North Atlantic and careened to its final resting place at the bottom of the ocean. Yet today, 103 years later, people are still as fascinated with the story as they’ve ever been. ...more

Being a SONGWRITER means you have to be a PRODUCER too

I come from a musical family. My father is in a band with his brothers since he was about 8 years old. My sister and I write songs. My cousin raps, and 3 other cousins sing as well. My sister Maria and Alexa can sing, I can sing too but not as strong. ...more

Starz, I've Got Your Miriam Black Cast Right Here

I just read The Cormorant, the third novel in Chuck Wendig’s dark urban fantasy series featuring Miriam Black. ...more
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5 Environmental Dystopias to Read for Earth Month

If I’ve learned anything from science fiction, it’s that Earth’s destruction is imminent. Worse, it’s probably our fault.Forget scientists and politicians—imaginative science fiction authors have detailed at great length all the various ways pollution and climate change could go very, very wrong for humanity. And if there’s anyone I trust, it’s sci-fi authors. From robots to the Internet to invisibility cloaks, they’ve been right too many times to ignore....more

Movie Review: "The Longest Ride" (2015)

Sophia (Britt Robertson) is a college senior in North Carolina and is preparing for a career in the art industry. She has a post-graduate internship lined up at a prestigious Manhattan gallery. One evening, her sorority sisters convince her to join them at a bull riding competition. It's at this competition where Sophia meets a professional bull rider named Luke (Scott Eastwood). Luke and Sophia have a few flirtatious exchanges and after she finally calls him back, Luke asks Sophia out on a date....more

Movie Review: "Cinderella" (2015)

Ella (Eloise Webb) is a young, happy girl who enjoys being with her mother and father. One day, her mother is struck ill, and just before she dies, she reminds Ella to always be kind and courageous. After her mom dies, many, many years pass and Ella (Lily James), now much older, has grown into a beautiful young woman. One afternoon, her father informs her that he is considering marrying a widow named Lady Tremaine (Cate Blanchet), which would mean two new sisters as well: Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophia McShera)....more

FF - I heart The X-Files

They're baa-aack...And yes, technically Carol Anne and crew are also back (although our favorite spooky child is now named Madison), but I'm talking about the spectacular spookiness that launched a thousand 'shippers.

True Detective Season 2 ...June Can't Get Here Soon Enough

  Vince Vaughn, among others, will be returning to HBO in True Detective this June. I am beyond excited....more