• Good Things We Love to Hate

    Ever since I opened my ‘insect hotel’ in by backyard this summer I have been made acutely aware of the fact that this is a bad idea, according to some pretty smart and generally well-informed people that I know. My, how wrong they are. Read More
  • Tapping for Health

    Broadway has seen a lot of tapping over the years. But not the type of tapping that recently was seen in Times Square. People were not tapping on the floor with their feet, they were tapping on various parts of their body with their fingers. Why? Read More
  • Let's preserve rational thinking when it comes to preservatives

    Open a box of old crackers or potato chips and a smell emerges. It isn’t pleasant. The same goes for that bottle of oil that’s been sitting in the cupboard for months. Read More
  • Check That: Your Fall Gardening Checklist

    I have a love/hate relationship with to-do lists. The hang over me like a monster ready to pounce when they are not met and when they are, there is generally no praise in it. Read More
  • REVIEW: Whiplash

    “Whiplash” sees Andrew Neyman work toward his dream of becoming the best jazz drummer of all time Read More
  • REVIEW: Birdman

    Every now and again a movie comes along that is so artfully weird, so unconventional in its approach and ethos, that it defies description and earns a recommend even though it isn’t completely successful Read More
  • REVIEW: Laggies

    “Laggies” fits the mold of a teen angst film, except the main character Megan nightley is a clever twenty-something who never completely grew out of her angst Read More
  • REVIEW: John Wick

    Clean storytelling with no extras. Here’s what you need to know, the movie seems to say, cue the mayhem Read More