Welcome to Paul Harris Online
I spent more than 40 years on radio (half of them in St. Louis on KTRS and KMOX), did nightly segments on KMOV-TV’s News 4 at Six, and wrote op-eds for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. I also hosted the America Weekend and Final Table Poker shows, and guest-hosted on stations coast to coast.
My review of a new movie starring Sigourney Weaver as a realtor with a drinking problem in an upscale Massachusetts town and Kevin Kline as an old flame she rekindles a relationship with.
I have some thoughts about Trevor Noah’s announcement that he’s going to leave “The Daily Show” — and why you shouldn’t listen to any speculation about who will replace him.
I couldn’t understand why the new Fletch movie, starring Jon Hamm in the role Chevy Chase made famous, got virtually no promotion by its distributor, Paramount. Then I went to see it. Here’s my review.
In Chicago this weekend, I took my daughter and her partner to see the current Second City mainstage production, which I’m happy to say did not disappoint. Here are a few observations from that experience.
Kudos to the rocket scientists at NASA, who successfully flew a robotic probe at 14,000 mph into a 560-foot wide asteroid that’s roughly 6.8 million miles from Earth. Meanwhile, I can’t figure out which corner to stand on to meet my Lyft driver.
Some thoughts about the primetime debut of “Celebrity Jeopardy,” the live edition of “Shark Tank,” and the ridiculous complaints by St. Louis Cardinals fans about Friday’s game on Apple TV+.
Here’s my review of a new movie from director Olivia Wilde, starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, and Chris Pine. Amidst all the tabloid stories about its production, is it worth your money to see in a theater? Read on.
Apple is trying to figure out what to do with “Emancipation,” the already-finished movie starring Will Smith, and how long his cancellation for slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars should last. Here are my thoughts.
I was glad to see the special master assigned to the Trump stolen documents case thus far not taken in by the orange one’s claims that, while still in office, he had declassified all the paperwork found by the FBI at Mar-A-Lago.