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TV review: ‘Star Wars: Rebels’ a fun, animated adventure for fans of the franchise+

Although we’ll have to wait until December for Episode VIII, the next Star Wars adventure up on the big screen,...

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‘Singularity’ Book Review By Ron Fortier+

SINGULARITY Rise of the Posthumans Edited by Jaime Ramos & Wayne Carey Pro Se Press 164 pgs. Shared world anthologies...

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Movie review: ‘Arrival’ offers thought-provoking, insightful sci-fi+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz One day without warning, 12 strangely-shaped alien ships appear on the Earth’s surface, landing at...

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Movie review: ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ (spoiler free!)+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz The destruction of the first Death Star was the beginning of the end for the...

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The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 347 – ESO Book Club: The Sandman Preludes and Nocturnes+

Step aside, Oprah. The ESO crew is reaching out to literary lovers everywhere. Mike, Mike, Montgomery Lopez, Kevin Eldridge, and...

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TV review: BBC’s ‘The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses’ chronicles the real-life ‘Game of Thrones’+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz HBO’s “Game of Thrones” may be fantasy, but it’s no fairy tale. This gritty, violent...

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TV review: ‘Luke Cage’ another win for the Marvel/Netflix partnership+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz Luke Cage didn’t set out to be a hero. After being framed for a crime...

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‘Crimson Shore’ Book Review By Ron Fortier+

CRIMSON SHORE A Pendergast Novel By Preston & Child Grand Central Publishing 370 pages Whenever people ask us what is...

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Movie review: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ returns to J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz Harry Potter fans assumed we had seen the last of J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world on...

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Stranger things: ‘Doctor Strange’ adds a trippy new dimension to the Marvel Cinematic Universe+

By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz The first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — “Iron Man” — is actually fairly...

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