Entertainment

So Many of the Things!

Has it hit you yet? It hit me this week. I looked up and noticed that somehow, Thanksgiving is practically here. Which means the holidays are sort of here. Which means my book is about to be here. Oh happy day! Also, WHAT IN THE WORLD? When you write a book nowadays, I’m told it’s super fun if you have a launch team. These people receive the book early and

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IHGB Giveaway: ‘The Star’ Soundtrack

Who doesn’t love a giveaway? Sony Pictures sent me a brand new copy of the CD to their new holiday movie, “The Star.” I have listened to the soundtrack, and let me tell you dear reader, you are in for a treat! You’ve got Mariah Carey, a Christmas staple. There’s Kelsea Ballerini who dominates in “Children Go Where I Send You.” Kirk Franklin and Fifth Harmony bring it. Jessie James

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Hocus Pocus

I’m going to assume everyone reading this sentence has seen the movie Hocus Pocus. Or you’ve at least heard of Hocus Pocus. If you haven’t, here’s a handy little Wikipedia entry that details this lackluster Disney film which experienced a major renaissance in the 2000s thanks to a little channel called ABC Family airing the film six times a day in the weeks leading up to Halloween. Over night, Hocus Pocus

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IHGB Playlist: Songs That Go Bump in the Night

I tried to get creative with this catalog. Let’s just say I wanted to think outside of the box (coffin?) with my 2017 Halloween playlist. I’ve compiled two and a half hours of ghoulish, musical fun for you and any kiddos you may be carting around in tiny costumes that look like woodland creatures. The Halloween playlist also works as eerie background music for adults who are stuck at home

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Fall TV 2017

Raise your hand if you are p-u-m-p-e-d that the fall TV lineup is finally here! I know I am. I did an entire podcast about this exciting time of the year. I’ve already cleaned out my DVR from superfluous nonsense clogging up precious space and I double checked that show times don’t overlap on Monday nights. Why network executives insist on cramming as much good television into that one day

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