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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: The Shannara Chronicles

Kill Your TV: The Shannara Chronicles

Picking on MTV is a little easy. It's the Rodney Dangerfield of television: no respect. Those who remember when it actually included music gave up on the thing years ago. But just as the Golden Globes trot out some previously-beloved-but-now-dusty…
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2016 Winter Arts Guide: TV

As people batten down their mid-century, brown-shingle hatches for El Niño, they'll be eagerly anticipating some interesting rehashes. This winter, we've got the new X-Files miniseries (Jan. 24, Fox), Fuller House on Netflix (Feb. 26), Sesame Street on HBO (Jan.…
Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: The Food Network's Latest

Kill Your TV: The Food Network's Latest

The Food Network is a juggernaut, and I mean that in the strictest meaning of the word. "Juggernaut" derives from jagganath, a 19th-century word for a roving Hindu temple on wheels; a Popemobile for Vishnu, in other words. The ornately…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Superstore

Kill Your TV: Superstore

One learns in the TV game that one mustn't get too excited when one sees something produced by someone who has previously worked on a show that one loved. One must brace oneself for disappointment. One must set the DVR,…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your Television: Bordertown

Kill Your Television: Bordertown

Surely Seth MacFarlane must have stock in marijuana futures. It's hard to tell if adult primetime cartoons are created solely with the very stoned in mind, but his Family Guy and Ted franchises are chockablock with gags and cut-tos rigged…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Master of None

Kill Your TV: Master of None

"It's not just, like, a regular selfie," says my 16-year-old niece. "You have to pose for the picture in the moment ... like, thought to thought, expression to expression." She is describing why she likes Snapchat better than Facebook. Your…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Obscure Goodbyes of 2015

Kill Your TV: Obscure Goodbyes of 2015

James Best (b. 1926) This guy not only appeared on one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes ("Jess-Belle"), but he popularized one of my favorite put-downs, "dipstick." He's best known for portraying Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane on The Dukes of…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Born Identity

Kill Your TV: Born Identity

Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite developmentally-disabled clients are usually people with Down's Syndrome. So this column is going to be opinionated, heavily biased, and entirely subjective. A&E has a new reality TV show called Born This Way,…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Project Runway: Junior

Kill Your TV: Project Runway: Junior

Have you ever seen model Hannah Davis, the host of Project Runway: Junior? She is engaged to Derek Jeter, although I'm sure whatever snickering that causes is along the lines of, "She is so out of his league." (Get it?…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your TV: Jessica Jones

Kill Your TV: Jessica Jones

It probably doesn't need to be said, but the Jurassic Park movies were terrible. Yes, I know I am reaching way back into the past here, but the reason they sucked is pertinent to my theme this week: the cognitive…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Nigella Lawson, Kitchen Confidante

Nigella Lawson, Kitchen Confidante

The rise of the celebrity chef hasn't simply given us sub-par cookware sets on QVC. No, it has also given us celebrity-chef gossip, and in some cases, celebrity-chef public shaming. In the case of Paula Deen, close scrutiny of a…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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