Author Archives: Pop-Culture Spectrum

Things That Are Awesome

-The full length version of the Punky Brewster theme song aka “Everytime I Turn Around” written and performed by Gary Portnoy. He was offering it on his website, but I think since he got iTunes to carry it, he moved … Continue reading

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Looking at Trailers of Movies Coming Soon

Abduction: Taylor Lautner’s first lead role shows him in what looks to be a pretty good action-adventure film that will work for his already established teeny-bopper and teen fans and propel him into being up there with say a Shia … Continue reading

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Trevor Murdoch interview on Pitch.com

I’ve been a fan of Trevor Murdoch since I first saw him in his earliest role of Trevor Rhodes through the internet.  His WWE tag run with Lance Cade was fantastic and while this interview has him state he felt … Continue reading

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A Bad Company, A Fun Book

The Hart Family is one of the most celebrated and possibly the first (there are timeline arguments to be made)  first families of professional wrestling/sports entertainment.  There have been quite a few books written about and by the Hart family, … Continue reading

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A French Soiree in NYC

On June 9th, 2011 I went out to Random House’s first “Blogger’s Night Out”” event in celebration of the upcoming book FRENCH LESSON by Ellen Sussman. While I sadly left my camera inside my bag, I hope my words can … Continue reading

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Beginners X The High Cost of Living

I do not make it out to a movie theater very often.  It has to be a very special occasion or a very special movie to get me out actually.  The last film I saw in theaters not part of … Continue reading

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Armchair Comics Editing in 2011

In 2006, Dean Trippe did what all of us comic fans do occasionally, armchair editing. It’s much like armchair booking for wrestling. I had decided to really go the armchair route though. In armchair booking for wrestling you don’t just … Continue reading

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So many videogames, so little time

This week inFAMOUS 2 comes out.  Upcoming there’s Batman: Arkham City, Uncharted 3 and so much more.  That so much more makes things so hard for an avid video gamer.  Now, I’m not super avid, as I don’t like Real … Continue reading

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Book Expo America 2011 Photo Edition (Day 2)

Jimmy Fallon was very gracious and kind.  He loved that I told him how much I loved “The Bathroom Wall” Kevin Sorbo was a little late, but he was awesome, even when I accidentally in my half-awake state confused Andromeda … Continue reading

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John Lithgow on stage at Book Expo America 2011

I was lucky enough to get a front row seat to John Lithgow’s Insight Stages promoting his upcoming memoir DRAMA: An Actor’s Education.  It was a fun and enjoyable presentation.  I edited it into three parts for time (per to … Continue reading

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