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One on One with Angela Kinsey

Angela Martin can be a bit uptight. She is the sort of judgmental buzzkill that we’ve all had to deal with in our workplace. But Angela Kinsey, who plays Martin on The Office, couldn’t be more different from her character. Upbeat and bubbly, this Texan was more

Murphy’s Law – Old School Movie Review – Footloose

Joel Murphy [Editor’s Note – This column originally ran on the site on February 28, 2006. With the remake of Footloose set to hit theaters this weekend, we thought it was a good time to revisit our review of the original.] I love movies. There is something

Just Friends – Sarah

Click on a photo to enlarge it or click here to start a slideshow. Name: Sarah Age: 24 Sign: Leo/Virgo Cusp Sarah is a domestic animal trainer at Sea World, Orlando, so she has lots of experience dealing with wild animals, which may explain her friendship with

Getting to Know … Ms. Kitka

Ms. Kitka From the Star Wars kid to the creators of Penny Arcade, the Internet has the power to make anyone a star. Now, with the creation of video podcasting, anyone with a video camera and a dream can make their own show and be watched by

One on One with Rachel Sterling

Rachel Sterling has the face of an angel and an amazing body … of work. In addition to being one of the most photographed women on Al Gore’s Internet, she has also appeared in Wedding Crashers and on The Man Show – two surefire ways to ensure

Tara’s photos – Hobo Tara

You might ask how my obsession with hobos all began. It all started when I saw a magnificent piece of cinematic history, The Journey of Natty Gann, in 1985, at the tender age of six. I left the theater with popcorn stuck in my teeth and a

One on One with Phil Hellmuth

You can argue that Phil Hellmuth is a sore loser or a bit of a brat at the poker table, but you certainly can’t say he isn’t successful. He has won nine World Series of Poker bracelets, including winning the main event at age 24. In addition

Perfectly Legal – Vanilla flavored resolutions

Carrie Nations Not long ago, a friend asked me if I believed in free will. Sure, the whole concept of having our life choices being up to ourselves can be interpreted in many ways, and the idea of free will is vague in itself, but I guess

One on One with Paul Dini

Paul Dini has done it all. He started out writing for classic 80s cartoons like Transformers, G.I. Joe and Masters of the Universe. Then, he went on to write for the groundbreaking Batman: The Animated Series. Now, he is writing for Lost, one of the hottest shows