Recently in the Washington Post, there’s an editorial column by Anne Hornaday about the declining number of movies with women as the leads, particularly strong women characters.
Hornaday points out that it’s been 9 years since Julia Roberts portrayed Erin Brockovitch and an additional 9 years since Jodie Foster was in Silence of the Lambs. In addition, movies with women are either Twilight damsels in distress or rom-coms like Mamma Mia.
Kinky Friedman is trying to be the governor of Texas again.
Shale could be the alternative to coal in the States.
Apparently a couple was denied a marriage license because they were not of the same ethnicity.
The NHLPA is a mess and there’s no end in sight.