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Oscars Night Preview: Sharing Memories Of First Grown-up Films
Former editor & publisher of Chain Store Age magazine, current...
It is Academy Awards time Sunday night, so naturally my non-Trump thoughts are focused on the silver screen. This year’s
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Lester & Charlie
Our Judicial System: Ignoring Injustice or Colluding in It?
Served 16 and a half years of a life-without-parole sentence a...
Prosecutors have the power to prevent almost all wrongful convictions by seeking the truth, not just a conviction. If the pursuit of justice were the only goal, innocent men and women would not find themselves collateral casualties.
The New Federal "Every Student Succeeds Act" Gives Educators a Chance to Step Up
Writer-in-residence at The Education Trust
ESSA retains the expectation that schools should help all groups of students, but l worry that some educators might think the flexibility about methods gives them permission to settle back into old patterns of assuming that it's okay if some kids will "get it" and some kids won't.
Prosecutorial Misconduct and the Public's Perception of Criminal Defense
Criminal Defense Attorney
Many times, public perception perches a white hat firmly atop the heads of prosecutors while painting defense attorneys as black-hatted villains.
Ex-Death Row Prosecutor: 'We Still Deal In The Politics Of Blood'
"I think the death penalty itself should be killed. The whole system is fatally flawed."
Wrongfully Convicted Man Who Spent 30 Years On Death Row Is Denied Restitution
Man Who Served 30 Years For Crime He Didn't Commit, Gets Ultimate Wish List
Black Man Wrongfully Convicted By All-White Jury Freed After Nearly 3 Decades On Death Row
Russ Tamblyn, Child Star of
, Featured on Film Preservation Festival Opening Night
A restored print of the soul-throttling film-noir, which concerns an outlaw couple who bond over their mutual affection for artillery, provided a jangling opening night choice for UCLA Festival of Preservation 2013.
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Author, 'Kerouac's Spontaneous Poetics'
A touch of old Hollywood convened at Broadway's New York Institute of Technology's auditorium on Tuesday night for an anniversary screening of
West Side Story
VIDEOS: Hero Swag: 14 Of Film's Most Stylish Characters
Classic "Under the Radar" Gangster Movies
Crime has not just been good to the criminals; it's been awfully good to Hollywood as well.
Boulder Nudity Ordinance's First Arrest: Glenn Ford, Man Wearing Panties On Head
Film Noir, at Its Noirest
There are plenty of films out there that make us hopeful about life and living. Film noir is a guilty pleasure where we witness the denizens of society's bottom rungs stamping on each other's feet for a higher, safer position.
Where Is Lee Marvin When We Really Need Him?
I look at the new action movies coming out, and I have to wonder: Where's our new Lee Marvin? The manly man, the bad guy turned good guy, the guy who's so ugly he's almost beautiful, the guy who takes no prisoners?
The Best Train Movies by Farr
In a host of movies, the train has served as a microcosm of modern society, and the individual's potential risk and conflict within it.
The Best "Under the Radar" Film Noir by Farr
Welcome to film noir, indeed a world unto its own. In my book, this type of picture, done right, has always deserved the highest of praise.
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