I have been watching and writing about a lot of movies lately (including six reviews last week), but I’ve also been reading about them in a great new book about the history of the Academy Awards. Here’s my review.
As I’ve started reading more novels over the last few years, I find the same problem with them that I have with some movies. Let me explain.
Here’s a 2016 conversation I had with Shep Gordon, who managed stars like Alice Cooper, Groucho Marx, Raquel Welch, and the Pointer Sisters.
Hearing about the death this weekend of Bill Zehme reminded me of two things: 1) now we’ll never get the Johnny Carson book he worked on for years; and 2) several great conversations I had with him on my radio show, including this one.
With word that George Harrison’s sister, Louise, has died, here’s a conversation I had with her when she published a book called “My Kid Brother’s Band.”
I just finished listening to an audiobook by Laraine Newman, who was one of the original stars of “Saturday Night Live” and is now among the most successful voice artists for animated movies and TV shows. Here’s my review.