We all — well, most of us — have a go-to comfort food. Mine is macaroni and cheese. But what about comfort reading? For me, comfort reading is being able to sit down with a particular book that makes me feel good.
The decade of the sixties was a golden age for sitcoms. There were plenty of standard, family-oriented comedies, but many of the most popular were those with a gimmick. From Gilligan's Island to Hogan's Heroes to The Beverly Hillbillies, here's a look at a few notable titles.
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Beth and Jennifer, coworkers at an Omaha newspaper, know that their office email is being monitored. But that doesn't stop them from messaging each other regularly about personal issues and gossiping about their coworkers. They tell each other almost everything.
Richard Linklater helped carve out a place for himself as a writer-director of indie films in the nineties. He has flirted with Hollywood on occasion since then, but his best work continues to be the modestly-budgeted movies he makes that push the conventional boundaries of filmmaking.