Batman v Superman – Nobody Wins

by Chris Narloch

With folks out of school for spring break and people taking time off for Easter related activities, you may find yourself with a few extra hours to catch a movie.

Read on for my reviews of two current cinematic sequels plus a pair of new movies starring two of the finest film actresses around.

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A serialized novel by Darrell Scheidegger Jr., This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (if you missed the previous chapters, you can read them at

In chapter 18, Tony and Ben get a surprise in the Mel’s Diner parking lot, and in chapter 19, Jack brings home a different kind of surprise for Kevin.

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Jack clocks out of his closing shift at Barnes & Noble with a long sigh.  It had been an exhausting day of customer questions.  He understands when someone is looking for a title whose author they can’t recall (or vice versa), but when someone says, “I don’t know the name of the book or who wrote it, but it has a greenish cover,” Jack wants to reply with, “And is it a rectangular shape with paper pages inside that have words printed on them?  I know that book!  It’s right over here!  Follow me!”

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The March 24 Issue of Outword is Out Now!549

Spring has sprung in Sacramento and it’s hard to not feel like we have been blessed with a mild, but wet Winter, and now we are ready to get outdoors and have a great time in the sunshine.

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Five First-Rate Cast Recordings

by Chris Narloch

The release of a CD for the recent live airing of “The Passion” with Trisha Yearwood and Seal, on Fox television, reminded me that I haven’t written about any musical cast albums lately.

That will be rectified forthwith in this article, which looks at two recent live television events (“The Wiz” and “The Passion”) as well as a 40th Anniversary Celebration of “A Chorus Line,” and two other cast recordings, for “Lady, Be Good” and “Fiddler on the Roof.”

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LGBT DVD: What To See & What To Flee

by Chris Narloch

I will be glued to my television set this Sunday evening when Tyler Perry’s two-hour musical production of “The Passion” is broadcast live from New Orleans to celebrate Palm Sunday. You can watch if for free on Fox.

Filming in the streets of The Big Easy sounds very challenging, but Perry has assembled an amazing cast to sing the story of Jesus’ last hours that includes Seal, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Daughtry, Prince Royce, Yolanda Adams, and Michael W. Smith.

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