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Marathon Powerfully Revisits the Patriots Day Bombing on HBO
What does the word “hero” mean to you? If you feel that the only “heroes” still standing in America today are the cartoon characters featured in action films, you’re not alone. Abraham Lincoln concluded his First Inaugural Address in March … Continue reading
Posted in Cable, Film, Journalism, Newspapers, TV Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Annie Sundberg, Boston Marathon Bombing, Corcoran Family, Crime & Punishment, Downes/Kensky Family, Family Relationships, Grief, HBO, Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing, Norden Family, Paul Brill, Ricki Stern, Terrorism 1 Comment
Boomer or Bust?
If you’ve read my blog, you know that I’m a huge fan of American Masters. The Award-winning series was created and launched on PBS in 1986 by Executive Producer Susan Lacy, who, after decades at PBS/WNET, is now expanding her reach … Continue reading