Joel Murphy recaps season nine, episode nine of Doctor Who, which sees the return of a few familiar faces.
Peeta struggles to regain his sanity, Katniss goes rogue and leads a small band of soldiers on a mission to kill Snow and the capital defends their city by using traps from the Games hidden throughout the streets. Joel Murphy reviews the final chapter in the Hunger
Joel Murphy reviews The Night Before, Seth Rogen's new drug-fueled comedy about three friends looking to have one last epic night together the night before Christmas.
Fontina Turner shares a recipe for Love Triangles, a snack that pays tribute to Peeta (with pita), Gale (with kale) and Katniss (with chicken poppers).
As a brief tribute to Paris, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk briefly about all the French have given us. They also try to figure out why it's so tough for Hollywood to release movies at seasonally-appropriate times (the latest examples being Victor Frankenstein and The Night
In light over the recent debate over Syrian refugees coming to this country, we thought it was a good time to revisit this column from Kim Le looking at her parents' struggle to leave war-torn Vietnam.
Joel Murphy recaps season nine, episode nine of Doctor Who, which features the Sandmen.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are once again joined by local comedian, Digression Sessions host and lovable bad boy Josh Kuderna. While Josh and Lars attempt to resolve their issues, the boys also talk about Josh's stand up career, a Florida business owner's unique Veteran's Day celebration
With the recent Starbucks red cup controversy, we revisit this classic column where Joel Murphy calls for a return to the true meaning of Christmas - the feast of the Son of Isis.
Joel Murphy checks back in with Jacq the Stripper to talk about the process of writing the book, what she's discovered about her own personal limits and why Baltimore is the forgotten stepchild of the East Coast.