Parks and Recreation returns for a third season this week, and never before has a sitcom proven so well that all politics are local politics. Simple m...
As I began writing my list of favorite television shows of the year, I instantly placed Mad Men in the number one slot. But I just couldn't shake the survivors of Oceanic Airlines.
T his list is biased. Completely biased. It's all my favorite TV shows of 2010
Last fall, I was excited for a line-up of new shows to add to my old favorites, and this season I only have one that made the cut. So what happened?
It doesn't seem right to have a family waiting for the return of a loved one's body while all the usual agencies are consulted and a pointless "process" drags on.
The tragic truth is that within the past year, shrinking state budgets have put our parks on the defensive nationwide, requiring them to face painful budget cuts and closure.
The Congaree River Blue Trail is a perfect example of what the Obama administration aims to accomplish with its new initiative, America's Great Outdoors.
For as long as he can remember, Ben Schwartz has chased laughter. And it's a good thing, because the guy is flat out funny.
Not only do America's wild lands sustain our communities, but they also provide a cultural and historical connection to who we are, and where we've been.
With the recent addition of Brooklyn Bridge Park and a wide variety of smaller projects, the Mayor and his Parks Commissioner have continued a long tradition of stewardship of the city's parks.
Aziz Ansari of Parks and Rec just released his first CD and DVD, Intimate Moments For a Sensual Evening, and it's hysterical. Watch him talk trash about Coldstone Creamery one minute, and Celine Dion the next.
It is the end of the year and the end of the decade. For some of you, it will be a time of sitting down to family dinners, exchanging gifts, and creat...
At the discussion about the Byers Library, or the session about Lake Middle School, the anger was the same, the distrust of the bureaucracy was the same, and the total exasperation was the same.
Last night’s episode of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” was Ka-PERFECT! KaBOOM! family and friends gathered around their te...
Children spend their free time inside, lured by television and computers. If there was greater access to quality playspaces, more people would spend time outdoors.
With the 2009 Emmy's ending on a very predictable note, it is time to officially welcome back prime time television into our homes, on our boob-tubes ...