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Carolla: Why Safe Spaces Will Backfire on the Left
3 weeks ago

Carolla: Why Safe Spaces Will Backfire on the Left

Adam Carolla built his own “pirate ship” that spans film, TV, stand-up comedy and, of course, podcasting.

Carolla kicked off his radio career co-hosting “Loveline” alongside Dr. Drew Pinsky. The …
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Vinny Fasline’s Faith Helps Him Survive in Hollywood
3 weeks ago

Vinny Fasline’s Faith Helps Him Survive in Hollywood

Pittsburgh native Vinny Fasline grew up in a boisterous Italian Catholic family.

He had dreams of taking his athletic abilities to college and beyond, but his idyllic life took a …
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John C. Reilly Wants to Unite Our Divided Culture
3 weeks ago

John C. Reilly Wants to Unite Our Divided Culture

John C. Reilly made his first indelible impression upon moviegoers in the 1999 classic “Magnolia.”

Reilly’s character, a sensitive Catholic policeman, stood as the quiet center of a maelstrom of …
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These Stars Won’t Play By Hollywood’s Rules
2 months ago

These Stars Won’t Play By Hollywood’s Rules

It’s rare to find major Hollywood figures willing to discuss their Christian faith and miracles.

Chrissy Metz and DeVon Franklin are two brave exceptions.

As one of the stars of …
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‘Man Up’ Show Gives Men a Positive Platform
3 months ago

‘Man Up’ Show Gives Men a Positive Platform

These are turbulent times to be a man.

Film producer Harvey Weinstein, media figures such as Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose and actors like Kevin Spacey have been tossed from …
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‘Conan’ Scribe: Why O’Brien Avoids Trump Bashing
3 months ago

‘Conan’ Scribe: Why O’Brien Avoids Trump Bashing

Brian Kiley has had a front row seat to the epic transformations that have roiled the late-night talk show landscape over the past 25 years.

Kiley is the head monologue …
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Nick Frost Shares His Early Passion for Wrestling
4 months ago

Nick Frost Shares His Early Passion for Wrestling

British cutup Nick Frost carved a unique niche as one of the dynamic duo (with Simon Pegg) spearheading Edgar Wright’s Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy.

Think the zom-com “Shaun of the …
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Rocker Mick McMains Shares His Simple Secret
4 months ago

Rocker Mick McMains Shares His Simple Secret

Roots rock artist Mick McMains says family remains first and foremost in his mind.

McMains always knew he wanted to be a musician because he idolized his two older brothers …
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Mary Gallagher Proves Kind Comedy Can Crush It
5 months ago

Mary Gallagher Proves Kind Comedy Can Crush It

Mary Gallagher could have followed in her parents’ military footsteps, but she opted for a different path.

She hit comedy stages across the country, leaning on that military discipline along …
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How Faith Made Goddard’s ‘Bad Times’ Better
6 months ago

How Faith Made Goddard’s ‘Bad Times’ Better

Sometimes a great lesson can be found in the least likely place, and that’s certainly the case with “Bad Times at the El Royale.”

The film, which hits home video …
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