The Night Clerk Turns an Interesting Premise Into a Typical Mystery

The Night Clerk Turns an Interesting Premise Into a Typical Mystery

James Jay Edwards

James Jay Edwards reviews The Night Clerk, a crime drama film, written and directed by Michael Cristofer and starring Tye Sheridan, Ana de Armas, Helen Hunt, and John Leguizamo.

Here’s to Life Podcast: Tori Reid Chats With Entertainment Legend Phylicia Rashad

Here’s to Life Podcast: Tori Reid Chats With Entertainment Legend Phylicia Rashad

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Phylicia Rashad shares her life on Tori Reid’s latest podcast, discussing all the things that make her “America’s Mom.”

Parenting Advice: Let Go

Parenting Advice: Let Go

Sue Backshall

My oldest son recently asked me for the best parenting advice I had. I told him to not overthink it. And when in doubt, do nothing.

Book Review: I Still Love You, Peggy Bundy: Poems by Justin Grimbol

Book Review: I Still Love You, Peggy Bundy: Poems by Justin Grimbol

Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews I Still Love You, Peggy Bundy by Justin Grimbol. (House of Vlad)

Risen Apes: Ask a Mexican

Risen Apes: Ask a Mexican

S.M. Park

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Ask a Mexican,” Park talks about attending the final NFL football game of the regular season between the Seahawks and 49ers.

Being in a Relationship Doesn’t Solve Anything

Being in a Relationship Doesn’t Solve Anything

Claire Harris

We’re culturally trained to believe that being in a relationship is the ointment to apply to our many problems.

A Century Ago, Movies Tackled Interracial Love, Homosexuality, and Questioned the War

A Century Ago, Movies Tackled Interracial Love, Homosexuality, and Questioned the War

Loretta Barnard

Even 100 years ago, the movies were about more than just entertainment, with directors challenging social mores and uninformed opinions.

The Finally Famous Book Club Takes On Valentine’s Day

The Finally Famous Book Club Takes On Valentine’s Day

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This Valentine’s Day, the girls in the Finally Famous Book Club give serious consideration to love in its various forms. Hooley dooley.

Love Real Men: The Rise of the New Masculinity

Love Real Men: The Rise of the New Masculinity

Ingeborg van Teeseling

With the old tenets of masculinity being swept away, we have a chance to change. What men need are examples to follow, and they’re certainly out there. 

What My Expectant Daughter and I Talk About When We Walk

What My Expectant Daughter and I Talk About When We Walk

Nancy Townsley

Nancy Townsley writes a touching essay about sharing a walk with her expectant daughter and discussing the way things were versus the way things are now.

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Risen Apes: Ask a Mexican

S.M. Park

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Ask a Mexican,” Park talks about attending the final NFL football game of the regular season between the Seahawks and 49ers.

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How To Be A Mentally Sovereign Human

Caitlin Johnstone

Are you content sitting in untruths, accepting unexamined assumptions because it is easy and comfortable? How about putting truth above all else instead?

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Parenting Advice: Let Go

Sue Backshall

My oldest son recently asked me for the best parenting advice I had. I told him to not overthink it. And when in doubt, do nothing.

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Inside Creationist Education

Luke Douglas

Luke Douglas examines how creationist education starts young and is effective in shaping that persistent dogma, through a gradual inoculation against critical thought.

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