Let's revisit the very high highs and very low lows of tentpole season.
India's increasing population of differently abled individuals means that the need for educational and employment resources is apparent now more than ever.
Richard Dreyfuss talked about Madoff, and how no one else could have played him. How he IS Bernie. Both from Bayside Queens, they have the same accent, similar background, and history. He was king of a Madoff-like blow-hard without the Bernie soft playfulness -- at first anyway.
It's an original story that might look a little familiar.
As I recently reported in Publishers Weekly Writers for the Sea is a new organization formed on June 8, 2015--World Oceans Day--and already making a splash offering many enthralling ways of describing our salty blue marble planet. What prompted the creation of Writers for the Sea?
In real life, Holm is married and father to a 19-month-old son, Arne, something that shocks fans of his on-screen character.
Oh Hell No!: Chats with Sharknado 3's Anthony C. Ferrante & David Lowery, Plus Hemming, Marta Pacek Exclusives and Introducing Dagmar
A few days ago, Iowa duo Dagmar's first video, "Tumbleweed," premiered with Bitch Media and the artists are already shooting their next video, "What Do You Want," another track from their self-titled debut album.
I realize sharks can be dangerous; the North Carolina coast is proof. But watching a real live Great White preen for a camera left me disillusioned.
From bad to worse.
This Shark Week 2015 -- and on the 40th anniversary of Jaws -- let us reflect upon our growing appreciation for (and willingness to protect) these vulnerable species. Let us then dramatically scale our commitment to reverse the decline of these magnificent species on a global scale.
The truth is, anyone my age or older started to view the seashore a little differently 40 years ago this summer. Why? Jaws.
I'm enjoying a wonderful turkey dinner at my parents' house when out of the blue my mother says: "Before you go home, be sure to take a look at the wild animal in the garage."
Culture & Arts
This June marks the 40th anniversary of Universal Studios' take on Peter Benchley's iconic 1974 novel. There have been several posters, book jacket designs and countless rip-offs depicting the now famous great white shark devouring a woman on the fictitious island called Amity.
Though the waves weren't consistently big enough to green light the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau surf competition
“I can barely ride it for an hour. It’s like riding a big wave for that long. You’re going so fast across the water, and