Herb Alpert Is…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/TZRSo5LCIV0 I believe we all want to leave our own mark in this world; to leave an impression that we were here and did something worth remembering. I am in the thought that our legacies are carried over through those we love and touched personally through our years. I am also aware there are those … Continue reading Herb Alpert Is…

American Murder: The Family Next Door

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ep8iKiQNSrY In recent years the streaming platform Netflix has released a slew of popular documentaries/docuseries’ such as Making a Murderer, Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez and Tiger King. It is no surprise that these type of programs create intrigue and have a big audience much like other crime series’ such as the Law … Continue reading American Murder: The Family Next Door

Chasing The Present

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZC7R1qpRm4k             Our eyes are constantly streamlined with images of what we “need” and what could make our lives “better” but in the end, do they? I am in the majority as many of us are big consumers in a variety of materialistic objects. It is has been embedded into our brain chemistry as we’ve … Continue reading Chasing The Present

We Are Many

https://www.youtube.com/embed/SgxlMJnxUl4 Abraham Lincoln was quoted “Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” It disheartens many people not only in the United States but across the globe that our governments have forgotten those whom they are there to serve. A truer notion could not be any clearer … Continue reading We Are Many

Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Roundtable Conversation w/ U.S Governors discussing the importance of early childhood education: It would be hard to argue the statement that children are our future. Taking care of children should always take top priority because without them there will be no one to continue forward. It is simplistic ideas like these that baffle my mind … Continue reading Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Apocalypse ’45

As we enter the 75th anniversary marking the end of World War II producer/director Erik Nelson gives viewers a new perspective of the events that led to the dropping of the atomic bomb. For the first time we are witness to the attacks on Pearl Harbor that occurred on December 7, 1941 through fully restored … Continue reading Apocalypse ’45

The Con – 5 Part Docuseries

It is difficult to deny the pressing fact that our economy is in turmoil. The topics of bank bailouts and the 1% have been main talking points by political members for over the last decade. The people blame the banks and its greedy CEOs for causing the collapse of the financial market in 2008 yet … Continue reading The Con – 5 Part Docuseries

Marley (2012)

The faster this year passes by the more we ask “how much worse can it get?” Constant turmoil that leaves us mentally weakened and emotionally beat down by the events taking place around the world. It is naïve to some to think that simple things such as music can usher in a movement or change … Continue reading Marley (2012)

Rebuilding Paradise

In recent years natural disasters such as tsunamis, tornados and earthquakes have ravaged communities and taken away more than anyone could imagine. We focus on the havoc it has caused and the devastation it leaves behind. We try to help from afar by offering donations and other aid but the reality is so much worse. … Continue reading Rebuilding Paradise


For those with on-screen careers their “history” is preserved through their performances. We watch them grow before our eyes and we can remember the first time we ever saw them. It is through that lens as well that makes it difficult to separate the person we watch from the person they are behind closed doors. … Continue reading Olympia