Broadway goes interactive to engage fans

There are obviously a lot of parallels between the worlds of feature film and the "legitimate" stage, even if by that last term you mean the flashy, star-studded brands that grace Broadway and similar venues in Chicago and other cities. Which is why there are some interesting points for marketing types in any field, including … Continue reading Broadway goes interactive to engage fans


In case you were looking for a way to direct the energy you don't have on this Monday between holidays, you can now watch the Marx Brothers classic Horse Feathers on Hulu.

Starting at the beginning

One of the...oh I'll just copy and paste this: One of the goals of the Brothers of John the Steadfast is the creation of reading groups whose intention is to get with a Pastor and read through the Book of Concord. For those people who do not have access to a reading group, it occurred … Continue reading Starting at the beginning

Movie Journal: Step Brothers

Step Brothers is probably the out-and-out raunchiest of the movies made by Will Ferrell and director/co-writer Adam McKay. Where their previous collaborations like Anchorman and Talledega Nights had their moments, they were more about gleaning the comedy from a collection of characters more than trying to get a laugh from, say, Ferrell rubbing his testicles … Continue reading Movie Journal: Step Brothers