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FilmBreak… The New Kid in Town

Lisa Waugh So you’re totally immersed in all of the social media platforms. You’re a Kickstarter and IndieGoGo guru. You can pretty much teach a master class on how to write, shoot and post your own projects. It’s a long road to distribution and your film, web series or TV pilot is not going to […]

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How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse: The Stage Show

Lisa Waugh I went to Hollywood last night to find out how to survive a zombie apocalypse. And what better place to learn how to out maneuver a horde of mindless, virus-carrying psychos who only see you as a meal ticket, well, just a meal. Improvatorium is currently staging the American version of How to […]

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The Stories That Digg Dug This Week

As a lover of Digg, I thought I’d share some links to the best stories this week as I prepare next week’s stories. Lazy? Not really. Digg does it every day. Department of Deportment: The End-All, Be-All Guide to Using Your Phone at the Table Via Digg via New York Magazine   Excerpt: But such extreme measures […]

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Dear American Apparel

Dear American Apparel, I hate you. All my Love, Furnie (sigh) That’s how I feel. It’s that simple and raw and ridiculous. Every time I see one of your billboards I am instantly infused with dread. Dread because I know that what will follow will be a twenty minute silent (unless I’m alone in my […]

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Argo and a Case for Dysentery

Lisa Waugh I’m just as shocked as the next guy to discover that Ben Affleck is not a terrible director. I thought maybe The Town was a fluke. Maybe it’s too good to be true, a good looking guy who can write and direct. Tells you where my confidence level is, huh. I had zero […]

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iGrand Piano for iPhone & iPod touch

IK Multimedia releases iGrand Piano for iPhone & iPod touch App offers concert quality sound, ultra-low latency, large piano collection, built-in recorder and native iPhone 5 graphics. IK Multimedia – a leader in mobile music-creation apps and accessories for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch – released the iGrand Piano for iPhone and iPod touch, a […]

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SNL is Funny (Enough) Again

Lisa Waugh  I’ve been with Saturday Night Live since day one. Judge me how you will. It’s interesting that people think the show has been consistently crap. It hasn’t. It started out as funky, insider comedy, performance art and grew into the funny-in-spurts live icon people love to pick on. Not a whole bunch of […]

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Meet John Lennon in 1969

Lisa Waugh Imagine… the definitive interview with John Lennon at the height of his peace activism campaign with partner Yoko One. Only, you haven’t heard this one before. Until now. Undiscovered voices of rock’s greatest emerge from deep storage as a filmmaker and a son come together. Village Voice Columnist and radio personality (WPLJ 95.5) Howard […]

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