Behind the good looks (People’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2006) and roles in some pretty fluffy films, George Clooney has proven himself to be an actor of skill and substance (Syriana, Up in the Air, The Descendants). His work in Good Night and Good Luck demonstrates that he also has some pretty fine chops as a director.
Archives for November 2012
Creating the perfect ending isn’t easy, but we can boil it down to one essential objective: leave the reader with a feeling of satisfaction. How do we do that?
Guest Author Sonya Ward writes about her childhood days in Calcutta, India in the early forties.
It’s funny how people will prepare themselves for months, even years before bringing a new child into their lives but can stop by the shelter on a random Saturday and pick up a new dog. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not suggesting that caring for a dog is anywhere near as complex as raising a child. But owning and caring for a dog is not the same as picking up a new refrigerator either.
In part one of a three-part article author Randi G. Fine tells of her struggle with finding faith amidst a religious upbringing.
In his 1928 book entitled Propaganda, Bernays writes: “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society.