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Staying Power

More than four decades after the start of her durable career, Buffy Sainte-Marie still sends a message with her music and her activism.


The Jersey boy’s back in town

He was just 11 years old when his parents sent him off to a sports-focused overnight camp that little Brad Weinstock didn’t particularly like.


‘Girl With Dragon Tattoo’ is a thrilling ride

Some people never watch foreign films, no matter how good they may be. An English-language adaptation can open a movie to a wider audience, which is precisely the case with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.


High hopes

Northeast native Jessica Barth has been hard at work building a film career. She’s hopeful that a movie by the creator of TV’s ‘Family Guy’ will be her big break.


Actor Stutts enjoys being a Coward

Acting wasn’t Will Stutts’ first career choice.


Michelle Williams deftly brings Marilyn to life

With the severe lack of new releases the weekend after Thanksgiving — movie studios must think everyone is stuffed and no one goes to movies for a week — I decided to review a film that opened in limited release shortly before Thanksgiving, one that will certainly be a subject of conversation as we inch closer to awards season. 


The weeks just get more crazy

'This Is The Week That Is' never seems to be at a loss for headline events or politicians that are worth lampooning.


Jackie Evanco: Singer's talent takes her to Atlantic City

Her strong desire to perform was sparked after seeing the film version of The Phantom of the Opera.


'Hugo' proves to be a compelling 3-D marvel

Hugo is one of the rare movies I’d actually recommend seeing in 3-D as opposed to the traditional 2-D version. It has all the elements of a good flick — top-notch acting, a good story, and, most of all, it’s extremely appealing visually.