You won’t find lions jumping through hoops of fire at John Lawson’s circus. Nor would a school of dancing elephants fit in its cozy ring.
The only animals around are in the audience, roaring with laughter at the Popolino musical clowns and shrieking with delight at acrobatic feats of strength and skill.
John Lawson claims to have the funniest clowns in Britain, and that may be true. Continue reading Review of John Lawson’s Circus
“The word Palestinian conjures up images of a brutal armed gunman or a terrorist with no morality or regard for human life.”
So says Nida Shoughry in “Dehumanizing the enemy in war coverage: Palestinians through the Israeli lens.” Continue reading Palestinians through the Israeli lens
When I first saw Kung Fu Panda 2, I was under the impression that it was banned in China. I thoroughly enjoyed watching Po battle the evil peacock, but the “news” affected what I saw on screen.
If you’ve been following show business “news”, you know that China has been accused of banning American films. Continue reading Kung Fu Panda 2: review