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Murphy’s Law – Don’t stop …

Joel Murphy “You probably don’t even hear it when it happens.” – Bobby Baccalieri When I wrote my column last week laying down the odds of how Tony would die, I honestly thought that would be the last Sopranos column I ever wrote. I fully intended to

One on One with Terence Winter

From writing to acting to directing, Terence Winter has literally done it all on The Sopranos. He’s written numerous classic moments, like Paulie and Christopher getting stranded and eating ketchup packets in the woods, Vito getting caught blowing a construction worker and most recently, Christopher shocking the

One on One with Chris Caldovino

With only two episodes left of the HBO series The Sopranos, everyone wants to know how the show will end. One theory floating around is that Phil Leotardo will kill Tony Soprano as payback for the death of his brother Billy. It’s an interesting scenario, but one

One on One with Mick Foley

From barbed wire baseball bats to thumbtacks to flaming tables, Mick Foley has made a living showing WWE fans things they have never seen before. His latest book, The Hardcore Diaries, also gives fans a glimpse of something they’ve never seen before – the inner workings of

One on One with Courtney B. Vance

While most Hollywood marriages crumble and fall, Courtney B. Vance and Angela Basset are still going strong. The two recently published a book called Friends: A Love Story which chronicles their life together and gives insight into surviving a marriage under the spotlight. We recently talked to

Getting to Know … Zach Cumer

Most junior high school students can only daydream about making a grand entrance on the red carpet at a big Hollywood premiere and being interviewed by the likes of Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood. But, then again – Zach Cumer isn't most people.

Overrated – Athletes thanking God

Ned Bitters This week’s inductee into the “Overrated Hall of Fame” is … athletes thanking God. It’s a muggy August night in Pittsburgh. The last-place Pittsburgh Pirates are up on the last-place Colorado Rockies by six runs in the eighth inning of another meaningless game for both

One on One with Henry Rollins

Whether on stage screaming lyrics to a song, storytelling at a spoken-word show or helping Will Smith and Martin Lawrence take down white supremacists in Bad Boys II, it’s pretty clear that Henry Rollins is a take no prisoners, take no bullshit kind of guy. It’s also

One on One with Chris Jericho

Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock might have been the two biggest names in wrestling in the 1990s, but neither can claim to be the first ever WWE Undisputed Champion. That distinction goes to Chris Jericho, who used his quick wit and ring savvy to regularly

One on One with Michael K. Williams

When HoboTrashcan launched in August of 2005, the first celebrity we interviewed was Michael K. Williams from The Wire. More than a year later, the interview continues to be one of the most popular on the site, which is no surprise given the fact that Omar Little