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A Taste of The Town: Boston Senior Home Care’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

In celebration of 40 years of service to the Boston community, Boston Senior Home Care is hosting a “A Taste of the Town”. The event will be held on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.at the Revere Hotel, Boston. For entertainment, [...]

Spy Truth & Fiction–The Equalizer Gets Some Things Right

By Piper Bayard The Equalizer is a thriller film by Antoine Fuqua in which an ex-CIA operative must defeat the Russian mob to save his friend. Denzel Washington plays Robert McCall, a widower who has left his former life of intelligence fieldwork. [...]

5 Espionage Myths–The November Man

  By Piper Bayard     The November Man is an espionage movie in which an ex-CIA operative is brought back by the Company for a personal mission in Moscow, only to find himself pitted against his protégé. It is a fast action [...]

Do You Love “Schmuck Bait?”

by Jenny Hansen Today I’m sharing the spotlight with my pal Geralyn, aka G.V.R. Corcillo. Below, she talks about entertainment, a wicked cool Castle episode, and the power of a great story. As Ger says, “I Love Me Some Schmuck Bait!” That’s [...]

“Chicago P.D.” – Unique or Just Another Police Procedural?

A Review of NBC’s “Chicago P.D.” by Tiffany A. White Today, I’m jumping in with a show that could either a) fall in line with all the other police procedurals on TV, or b) stand out as the next Dick Wolf success—Chicago P.D.. Created [...]

“Killer Women” – Good While it Lasted…

A Review of ABC’s “Killer Women” by Tiffany A. White Today, I’m jumping in with a show that I have been looking forward to since I heard about the idea—Killer Women. ABC Summary: From executive produce Sofia Vergara (“Modern Family”) [...]

Why “The Walking Dead” is a Household Favorite…

A Review of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” by Tiffany A. White AMC no longer means American Movie Classics. The supernatural element is taking over the television world today, and AMC joins this phenomenon by telling the story of a small group [...]

Why the TBS Comedy “Men at Work” Works in our House…

A Review of the TBS Comedy “Men at Work” by Tiffany A. White TBS, a channel we don’t usually watch in our house, launched a new sitcom a few years ago created by the great Breckin Meyer (Franklin & Bash). Men at Work follows four [...]

Why “Pretty Little Liars” Has This Adult Mystery Lover Hooked…

A Review of ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars” by Tiffany A. White The insurgence of YA mysteries on TV these days receives a DVR priority in this Young Adult mystery writer’s house. Thankfully, ABC Family provides young mystery lovers [...]

“Teen Wolf” – Not Just Teen TV

A Review of MTV’s “Teen Wolf” by Tiffany A. White MTV’s Teen Wolf is not just television for teens… We all remember the 1985 comedy starring Michael J. Fox, right? MTV promised to use the generalized idea behind the ’80s Teen Wolf, [...]