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Whad’ Ya Know?

Longtime NPR listeners in my area might be interested to know that Michael Feldman appears to be making a round into Harrisburg this summer, taping an evening broadcast of his radio show, Whad’Ya Know?, at an as yet undisclosed location on Wednesday, June 22. (We can only assume it will be the Whitaker Center or […]


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15 Songs About Love and Hate

‘Been holding on to this one since I saw Ross do it some time ago. The first 15 songs shuffled from my iPod are as follows: No Dancing, Elvis Costello, My Aim Is True **** (Jungle Law), Love and Rockets, Love and Rockets Love Hater, OutKast, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below Tell It to Your Heart, Lou […]


Spongebob Squares Off

By now you’ve heard the ridiculous allegations regarding the lovably happy SpongeBob SquarePants. Now the voice of SpongeBob has come out in his character’s defense. Tom Kenny finds the accusations, well, somewhat amusing. What reaction can one have except for gales of hysterical laughter at these people’s wrongheadedness and irrational thinking?” Kenny asked. “I love […]


The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

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It’s not just the outer-dimensional soundtrack comprised mostly of early David Bowie (sung in Portuguese) and the climatic use of the Stooges’ Search and Destroy that makes The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou such an interesting movie. Like other Wes Anderson flicks, it goes beyond formulaic classification. Bill Murray could have been cast from a […]


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Reggie White – R.I.P.

One of the most remarkable players to ever walk on a football field has passed away at 43. Reggie White will be missed in Philadelphia and beyond. He had a lot of outspoken beliefs, much of which I never payed any attention to. This article explores some of that: Reggie had just begun to live. […]


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