Tag Archives: Television

Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Deep Water’ is a gripping four-part Aussie police drama

Yael Stone is excellent as a police detective cracking a string of 80 brutal gay killings. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | August 27, 2017 [In his Rag Blog column, Alan Waldman reviews some of his favorite films … finish reading Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Deep Water’ is a gripping four-part Aussie police drama

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Alan Waldman :
FILM | The 30 films I enjoyed most in 2016

Plus 73 TV series and 31 standup comics. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | February 13, 2017 I guess 2016 was a pretty good year entertainment-wise although it was a wretched year otherwise, as Russian hackers, Breitbart liars, … finish reading Alan Waldman :
FILM | The 30 films I enjoyed most in 2016

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Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Artful Detective’ is highly enjoyable Canadian historical mystery series

Set in Toronto, circa 1895-1901, and featuring a clever police inspector who often invents techniques to fight crime, this long-running skein is a real treat. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | February 8, 2015 [In his Rag Blog … finish reading Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Artful Detective’ is highly enjoyable Canadian historical mystery series

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Alan Waldman :
‘Crossing Lines’ is an exciting global crime series

Donald Sutherland and William Fichtner lead a fine ensemble in dramatic American-written, Franco-German series, shot mostly in the Czech Republic. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | May 19, 2014 [In his weekly column, Alan Waldman reviews some of … finish reading Alan Waldman :
‘Crossing Lines’ is an exciting global crime series

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Chellis Glendinning :
A radical imagination: Dilemmas and desire while reading Pedro Susz

Pedro Susz is like a diamond; he has many facets… ‘Para una filosofía de la insubordinación’ reveals the rare mind that integrates erudition with vision. By Chellis Glendinning | The Rag Blog | February 19, 2014 Pedro Susz is like … finish reading Chellis Glendinning :
A radical imagination: Dilemmas and desire while reading Pedro Susz

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Turk Pipkin : Remembering James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano from season six of The Sopranos. Sleep well, Jimmy:Remembering James Gandolfini Though I’d worked a long while in film and television, I never dreamed that a tall drink of water from Texas would end up … finish reading Turk Pipkin : Remembering James Gandolfini

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Martha Kempner : The Patronizing Lectures of ‘Private Practice’ and Texas Law

The four central female characters of Private Practice: Addison, Naomi, Charlotte and Violet.Private Practice and public law: Reproductive rights, and the patronizing lectures that television depicts and Texas now requires. By Martha Kempner / truthout / May 31, 2011 Last … finish reading Martha Kempner : The Patronizing Lectures of ‘Private Practice’ and Texas Law

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Larry Ray : Donald Trump and the Two-Headed Cow

The Great American Sideshow! Graphic by Larry Ray / The Rag Blog.The Great American Sideshow:Donald Trump: See the two-headed cow! By Larry Ray / The Rag Blog / April 11, 2011 America has always had a fringe element of nuttiness … finish reading Larry Ray : Donald Trump and the Two-Headed Cow

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SPORT / Dave Zirin : Fox Be Damned, It Was a People’s Victory

Packers fans. Image from D.Fox be damned:Why a Packers victory is a people’s victory By Dave Zirin / The Rag Blog / February 7, 2011 The 2011 Super Bowl was between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers — … finish reading SPORT / Dave Zirin : Fox Be Damned, It Was a People’s Victory

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Ed Felien : Jon Stewart, Meet George W. Bush

In defense of the Left,with love to Jon Stewart In trying to appear a moderate, Stewart criticized the right for its attacks on Obama and the left for accusing Bush of being a war criminal and comparing him to Hitler. … finish reading Ed Felien : Jon Stewart, Meet George W. Bush

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‘TV Everywhere’ : Pulling the Plug on Web-Based Video?

Say goodbye to free online television:Comcast launches ‘TV Everywhere’By Josh Silver / January 6, 2010 On Monday, public interest groups called on federal authorities to investigate a plan by the largest cable, satellite and phone companies that threatens the future … finish reading ‘TV Everywhere’ : Pulling the Plug on Web-Based Video?

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Houston : Walter Cronkite’s Map

Now it’s Dan’s By Dan Earhart / The Rag Blog / July 20, 2009 Here is my work space. The map has no roads. I look at it every day. It used to hang in the KTRH newsroom in Houston … finish reading Houston : Walter Cronkite’s Map

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