"Initially from a bookkeeper we had employed who turned out to be dishonest, with a history of stealing we didn't discover until it was too late," Jane Green tells me.
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The wonderful thing about being a writer is that everything that happens is grist to the mill.
Righteous anger. This is a phrase I have come across while reading a prolific contributor to our society, Rudolf Steiner. His contributions to mankind...
In an industry that has been difficult for women writers to establish themselves, let alone non-white writers, Dayna Lynne North has cemented a reputation as a significant voice in the growing ranks of terrific African-American TV writer/producers.
Carol Burnett joins a cast of Hollywood stars in Los Angeles on Sept. 25 for a special ensemble reading of Act 1 of "Surviving Grace," an original pla...
While all eyes are on the final few episodes of ABC's Lost, during which television's most mysterious and maddening mythology will finally be explaine...
When TNT's Saving Grace returns for its third season next Tuesday, the big questions will still remain unanswered.
In the US we create unidimensional detectives because we're focused on one-upping each other on plot devices that show the weirdest ways to die or the coolest tricks in the lab.
Maybe this is an overdue recognition that men -- traditionally socialized to be strong, to deny their flaws adamantly -- are finally able to come face to face with them.
I'm here to say that, as it stands, TV turns out more solid and consistent entertainment every week than the Hollywood movie studios put out between January and October most years.
Grace is, by my definition, something unexpected.
So it should have been no great surprise to me to discover a great blessing of grace in, of all ...
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