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Movie Monday: Noah

After weathering a deluge of controversy before it even launched, Noah and his ark sailed over a sea of competitors and came to rest at

Are Movie Theaters Sanctuaries?

I was kicked out of a theater the other day. I’d settled in to review Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in a downtown Denver

Make Me Smell Dead, Please

I want to smell dead! Given the right set of circumstances, who wouldn’t? OK, let me back up a little. See, zombies are big these

Movie Monday: Divergent

Sorry, Kermie, the Muppets weren’t the most wanted stars this weekend. Audiences took, shall we say, a more divergent path. Divergent, the newest aspiring movie

Were the Good Old Days Ever Good?

My family and I were watching The Twilight Zone the other day—a Season Two episode called “Static.” It featured an old grouch named Ed who

Setting Tech Aside for God

Adam Holz wrote a blog on the Dalai Lama’s Instagram account last week. He included some really cogent thoughts from the Dalai and Pope Francis,

Weed It and Weep

When I was growing up—back in the dark ages before the Internet and cell phones and social media—smoking marijuana was still pretty taboo. Sure, there

Movie Monday: Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Moviegoers hopped into their own wayback machine this weekend, visiting some old, old Saturday-morning friends. Yes, that’s right: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, the dog and

Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology


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