Happy Friday, Friend

April 7, 2017 – Happy Friday. You made it through another week, and so did we. We’re still playing a bit of catchup after an extended and somewhat unplanned hiatus, but stay tuned for some serious progress as we march into the new season. Well, maybe not serious, but certainly earnest — as earnest as a Terrence Malick movie, which is pretty earnest. But as Katherine Monk discovers, earnestness isn’t always the most important thing in a movie. She says Song to Song feels a little tone deaf — and she’s an avid Malick fan. You can read all about it here and at Ex-Press.com and at Ex-Press.ca.

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Movie review: I Am Not Your Negro is stunning

The words of the late James Baldwin provide a searing portrait of race relations in the United States, and prove how little things have changed in the decades since they were written 
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Song to Song falls flat

Movie Review: Song to Song Terrence Malick probes the nature of intimacy through a portrait of Austin's music scene, but the existential maestro fails to find the right notes in this hollow solo

Spicy Quinoa Salad makes eating greens easy

Recipe: Spicy Quinoa Salad with Cilantro and Lime The International Journal of Epidemiology found that eating 10 servings of fruit and vegetables a day – one serving would be half a cup of cooked or raw vegetables, or one cup of salad greens – could significantly lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, and early death By Louise Crosby (April ...

MOVIE REVIEWS

Movie review: Weirdos is slight but sweet

Bruce McDonald's new road movie is the story of two teenagers hitchhiking down the road to self-discovery in 1976 Nova Scotia — and hearing some great Canadian music along the way

THE DADDY DIARY

Disney, duty and doodie

Daddy Diary #9: Freaky Friday Father Seeing through the eyes of his infant daughter, a first-time father learns parenting is a precious lesson in learning from an altered perspective By Chris Lackner I’ve decided fatherhood is a life-long ...

POP CULTURE DECODER

Pop Culture Decoder: Cosmetic Dermatology

Misty Harris suffers the horrors of Thermage so you don't have toBy Misty Harris I always intended to grow old gracefully, like Audrey Hepburn or a chunk of parmesan cheese. Things did not go as planned.Around the time I turned 30, a ...

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Spicy Quinoa Salad makes eating greens easy

Recipe: Spicy Quinoa Salad with Cilantro and Lime The International Journal of Epidemiology found that eating 10 servings of fruit and vegetables a day – one serving would be half a cup of cooked or raw vegetables, or one cup of salad greens – ...
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