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Category Archives: Show News
By Michael Sadowski19 Jul 2013
The 2013 Emmy nominations were announced yesterday, and to most everyone’s delight, two ITV series were not only in the running, but made a major splash. No less than nine Emmy nods went to Netflix for House of Cards and Arrested Development, shows developed and formatted exclusively for the Intern…
By Maria Kern17 Jul 2013
The blockbuster action movie season is well underway and although The Lone Ranger didn’t get the memo, superhero mania appears to be in full swing with Man of Steel and Iron Man 3 having stepped up to the plate. Yet another twist on an old story, The Lone Ranger’s heroics relied more on explosions than s…
By Melissa Kandel16 Jul 2013
We’ve come a long way since the days of cat videos and song parodies dominating the landscape of Internet television. Younger audiences who’ve grown up with a tablet in their hands are already wise to the potential of short-form series. Likewise, the older crop of viewers that saw the golden a…
By Kira Hesser12 Jul 2013
Sustainable living has become one of those vague umbrella buzz terms bandied about with equal frequency as organic, hipster, indie, and eco-conscious. What it actually describes at its foundation is a lifestyle that aims to decrease society’s use of our planet’s natural resources. This of cours…
By Toby Burns02 Jul 2013
What is it about the private eye that makes him immune to the effects of time? His fedora has certainly fallen out of style, the beige trench coat and brown suit nothing if not anachronistic. Even his world-weary demeanor feels like a throwback to an earlier era. So why hasn’t the PI been tossed on the du…
By Kristen Riley01 Jul 2013
Many cities around the world pride themselves on their advancements and modernity. Look to Dubai or Hong Kong, or even New York and you will find constant change and growth, sometimes at the expense of their past.
Jon Olson, the energetic host of KoldCast TV’s travel show Next Stop, believes t…
By Kristen Riley27 Jun 2013
With the fourth of July approaching, many of us will find ourselves in a supermarket aisle on the way to a friend’s barbecue, experiencing a major case of analysis paralysis by merely trying to be conscientious citizens of Earth.
We’re just trying to pick up some fresh summer fruit for dessert, a bowl…
By Kristen Riley24 Jun 2013
Ever wonder what it would be like to visit planet Earth millions of years ago, back before it was covered with metropolises connected by endless miles of tarmac? After walking out of Jurassic Park – or if you want to get real retro, finishing an episode of Land of the Lost – who didn’t wish t…
By Maria Kern20 Jun 2013
In early May 2013, a press release from the Traveler’s Institute quietly splashed onto a handful of financial and pop culture news sites announcing that Overdraft, a documentary about the U.S. deficit crisis, had won nine Telly Awards. The insurance giant’s public interest group underwrote the f…
By Maria Kern18 Jun 2013
Television has been all but conquered by workplace comedies. The Office, Parks and Recreation, and the lesser-known The IT Crowd starring Chris O’Dowd are now small screen staples, and even the big screen’s biggest summer laugher, The Internship, takes place right in Google’s offices.