Al Gore and Al-Jazeera: Gore’s Missed Opportunity

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Brent Budowsky: What Al Gore never figured out, strangely, is that there is a vast audience of potential viewers looking for higher quality than the vast wasteland of existing television.

Getting Stoned with De Niro

De Niro and Jovovich

Ed Rampell: Will moviegoers feel they’d rather not feel so all alone, and that everybody must get Stone-d?

Break The Whip — A Spicy Theatrical Gumbo

Break the Whip

Ed Rampell: Break the Whip. A theatrical people’s history of the United States according to Tim Robbins and the Actors’ Gang.

Theatre West: “Acting: The First Six Lessons” and “The Life and Times of A. Einstein”

Ed Rampell: Unlike other thespians, such as Brando who frequently derided acting as an unworthy profession (well, if your father repeatedly put you down during your childhood as a big nothing, even if you later won two Oscars, millions and vast critical acclaim, you’d still hear your father’s voice in your addled head insulting you and belittling whatever you did), it was a joy to see the pleasure that Beau continues to take in his lifelong avocation, and the pleasure Emily also takes in this art and craft, as the latest member of this show biz dynasty. And their clear enchantment in being able to perform together in this family affair.

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