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One on One with Chad Coleman

From being fired as a stand-in on The Cosby Show to landing the role of Dennis “Cutty” Wise on The Wire, it’s been an interesting road for Chad Coleman. In a very candid interview, we recently talked to Coleman about the struggles of being a working actor

Hobo Radio – Rise and shine campers

Introduction Groundhog Day Art Monk Super Bowl Sunday “Ur So Gay” by Katy Perry Week 42 Spotlight: Rise and shine campers. In the classic movie Groundhog Day, Bill Murray’s character finds himself trapped on February 2nd, forced to live the same day over and over again until

Lost: Down the Hatch – The Beginning of the End

Chris Kirkman “The Beginning of the End” Recap and Analysis … Let’s hope the title to this season’s premiere episode isn’t a harbinger of doom. The new direction of the series is interesting and intriguing to say the least, but some of us saw the whole “here’s

Note to Self – I am legend

Brian Murphy “I promised a friend I would say hello to you today.” – Robert Neville Not too long ago I took the wife out to see the movie I Am Legend. I didn’t do much reading up on it and had only seen a preview or

Chicken and Milk – Shh, here comes the night watchman …

(Click to enlarge.) Jeremiah was raised in the deepest part of the darkest jungle. That’s why he smells like adventure. He currently lives in Elkins, WV with his wife, Becky, and son, Isaiah, who is epic and destined to rule the world one day. You can contact

Murphy’s Law – Fear and loathing in Boston

Joel Murphy Over the past two and a half years, I know that Murphy’s Law has become your bi-weekly source of awesomeness. Like the great athletes or entertainers, I always bring my A-game to this space. Every time I deliver a new column, you are all forced

Overrated – The words on your t-shirt

Ned Bitters This week’s inductee into the “Overrated Hall of Fame” is … the words on your t-shirt. Perhaps “overrated” isn’t the right word. Maybe it’s more “puzzling” why we need to use our shirts to proclaim to the world what beer we like, what sports apparel

One on One with Hassan Johnson

Photo by Ideal PR, LLC From a soldier in Avon Barksdale’s army to concerned father who wants a better life for his son, we’ve seen several different sides of Roland “Wee-Bey” Brice. With season five underway, we caught up with Hassan Johnson, who plays Wee-Bey on The

Note to Self – Moment of truth

Brian Murphy I know the National Football League can do no wrong, has never been more popular and makes an assload of money annually, but I done with it. Well, maybe not forever, but I am skipping the Super Bowl. I’ll offer a semi-apology to New England