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Unorthodox: Intense. Emotional. Accurate?

The Netflix original Unorthodox has stormed the world. If my Facebook feed is not Coronavirus memes, silly games, or dopey pictures of cats, it’s friends of mine discussing this show. I’m not one for peer pressure or just doing what everyone else is doing… but I couldn’t stop my curiosity, and the subject matter is […]

Coronavirus: The Day After (Five Wishes)

What happens the day after? This whole catastrophe is not over. I’m assuming we’re not even close. We likely have a lot more craziness ahead of us, and tons of lessons to learn. And it would seem we’re going to learn them the hard way, too. But here is a question that’s been burning on […]

Three Amazing Eras of UFC

UFC’s Era of the Dominant Champion When I began intensely watching the UFC several years ago, I started during what I like to think of as the Era of the Dominant Champion. The sport was loaded with individuals we thought of as borderline invincible. And we tuned in to see if there was anything that […]

Game of Thrones, the Hurt Still Lingers

Months ago I wrote a post about my disappointment in the way the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones was headed. It’s now long behind me, and I still find myself, for lack of a better way of phrasing it, hurt and angry. Just a TV Show… Let’s get a few things out […]

Jerusalem Community Theater, Beauty Hidden in Plain Sight

Wait, what? There’s community theater in English in Jerusalem? I found myself hanging out just on the very edge of a fascinating and beautiful community. One I didn’t even know existed. How did I find out? Well… I married an actress. But if it weren’t for that, I may have never noticed it was there. […]

Not the Game of Thrones I Remember

Warning: This article is loaded with Game of Thrones spoilers. Beware! I love Game of Thrones. Yeah, I know, it’s me and the rest of the world. But it doesn’t change the fact that I love everything from the intense action to the riveting dialogue to the top notch acting. But Game of Thrones, whereas […]

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