• Passion Valentine's Day Contest

    V-Day is right around the corner and I want to hand out some love in the form of prizes. I have a beautiful array of products from Shunga Erotic Arts to give away. All you have to do is send in your proposal stories: how you were proposed to, how you proposed, how you would like to propose, how you would like to be proposed to (singles and couples are all eligible). Send your entries to passion@cjad.com or to laurie@drlaurie.com and make sure to tune in on Friday the 12th between 10 and 11pm to hear if you have won. Can't wait to hear your stories! Read More
  • CULLEN: Gardening Match Making

    Eligible gardeners will want to read this. With Valentine’s Day approaching, romance seems to be on the radar most everywhere. Read More
  • DR. JOE: The Ammoniaphone

    The crowd that gathered at St. James Hall in London on a November evening in 1884 was not your usual concert audience. Many of the seats were occupied by scientists who had been invited to witness the effects of an invention that was claimed to have the “most wonderful results upon the throat and lungs,” and would also extend the range of the voice, making the notes full and rich. Read More
  • DR. JOE: Consumer Reports

    Consumer Reports is in general an excellent publication. When you are looking for a washing machine, dishwashing detergent, the best pressure washer or a new car, it is the place to go. But recently they have begun to report more extensively on food and nutrition and “chemicals,” because this is what is playing big in the market place now. Read More
  • REVIEW: Hail, Caesar!

    “Hail, Caesar!” doesn’t quite come together as a fully formed movie but it does play as a love letter to the cinema Read More
  • REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

    The idea of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” may be koo koo bananas but it works. When they aren't trying to make Blighty an undead free zone, or high kicking and karate chopping, for the most part they play it straight Read More
  • REVIEW: The Choice

    1 STAR: If you enjoy being manipulated and cry easily you may (or may not) enjoy the movie. That choice is yours Read More
  • REVIEW: The Lady in the Van

    Fans of Maggie Smith’s cantankerous “Downton Abbey” character Violet Crawley will find some pleasure in her new performance as a homeless woman Read More