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Safe – Movie Recommendation

by Izzy Kalman (November 2005) My daughter, Lola, is an art student concentrating on film, so she sometimes brings movies for us to watch that I would never even have heard about. One such movie is Safe. Safe is not everyone’s kind of entertainment. I think most people would be bored out of their skulls […]

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What Violence Researchers Should Really be Studying

by Izzy Kalman (February 2004) In 1938, thousands of panic-stricken US citizens fled their homes for the safety of the wide open spaces. What were they running from? Martians! Why? Because they heard Orson Welles’ radio production of H.G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds.” The program sounded just like a real news broadcast, so […]

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Itchy and Scratchy

by Izzy Kalman (December 2002) I’ve often said that comedians are the best psychologists. Comedians (and I include comedy writers in this category) know real human nature. They show us what we are like without the disguises. Because it shows us for the shnooks we really are, comedy is so much fun. One of the […]

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