It’s easy enough to worship at the altar of Oprah.
FRIDAY The Children’s Hour Extraordinarily powerful and utterly faithful screen adaptation of Lillian Hellman’s ground-breaking 1934 play.
We all know that Hollywood loves a good (or sometimes bad) cross-dresser, but a new documentary is out to explore why such gender-bending roles have always been so popular.
“I doubt that there will ever be any closure, but at least I have the satisfaction of knowing that it’s never too late to right an injustice, and that’s what I feel like I have been doing for Bobby and all the other kids like him,” activist Mary Griffith said.
Oh my, Maia! You know you’re in good hands when your restaurant has a mission statement: “To be a food and beverage driven community gathering place accessible to all walks of life and to provide the utmost in positive human service interaction.
Out singer/songwriter Ellis doesn’t get to Philadelphia very often, which is why she’s itching to play her return engagement in our fair city Jan.
Sometimes opportunity knocks ... and knocks ... and knocks again. In the case of Dan Myers, it knocked three times before he finally answered it.
Myers had tried myriad jobs before he found his true calling, hands down — and hands all around, actually. Myers is a massage therapist and delights in bringing healing to his clients with his unique style.