That night, grandmother and grandson became lovers. Details, if you must.
Time for some fresh dish and ‘dat: Just got off the phone with Gregory Sierra, Julio from “Sanford and Son.” … Continue reading Sheldon Greenbriar’s Spring Blurbomat
In metro Atlanta and a few cities across the nation, some early childhood programs are giving their students a chance … Continue reading Preschool prom
Coming this summer, a movie that will teach you how to love again.
Now on Joy Behar: Actress Rosie Perez and singer Jon Secada speak out on AZ law. And on Larry King, … Continue reading Yes, but what do washed-up Latino celebrities think?
I’m guessing she won’t be repeating that catchphrase anytime soon.
Check the ‘Musical interlude’ widget to your left. Something new every (or most every) day — oddities, classics, rarities and … Continue reading New on the Malconent
Portfolio magazine lists the Top 100 Fun Cities, with an apparent bias toward upstate New York. I wouldn’t put Atlanta … Continue reading Who knew upstate New York was so fun?
Despite the absence of Milwaukee’s best player, the Bucks are up 3-2 on the Hawks. Meanwhile, the Braves have lost … Continue reading The Big Ragu dances on the Hawks grave
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” fans probably remember an episode from the first season in which Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen invite … Continue reading Larry David on Goldman Sachs
HuffPoster Diana Butler Bass, writing about the “South Park” imbroglio, ably disproves her point. I can’t and won’t defend the … Continue reading Not all fundamentalists are the same
Hollywood’s silence has been disappointing, but not surprising.
I’ve covered my share of Klan rallies, most of which were organized by Richard Barrett, leader of the Mississippi-based Nationalist … Continue reading The (not-so) secret life and death of a white supremacist
Tea Party favorite J.D. Hayworth, vying to unseat John McCain in Arizona, said that state’s absurd birther bill doesn’t go … Continue reading Judge them by the candidates they support