Star-Ledger / NJ.com
Politics writer for the Star-Ledger and NJ.com, a New Jersey Advance Media news website; former host of KCRW's The Business (2009)
We go inside the secret world of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, “the man who owns the news”…and a lot of Hollywood.
Feb. 23, 2009from The Business
This week, we talk about the Oscars' sci-tech awards and ask: Why do Hollywood's techo geeks have to sit at the kid's table?
Feb. 16, 2009from The Business
Getting famous isn't all its cracked up to be. Just ask Peter Jacobson, aka Dr. Chris Taub on the Fox hit, House.
Feb. 9, 2009from The Business
Ari Benjamin Meyers' Kunsthalle for Music exhibit explores the museum space as an interactive performance venue.
Sep. 27from Curious Coast
Hollywood has been chasing Chinese money for years, and to do so, studios have been self-censoring themselves so that their movies can be played in the Communist country.
Oct. 18from Hollywood Breakdown
What’s the difference between a dramatic story and a play? That’s the question that nervously filled my mind with the first words of “How the light gets in” at Boston Court.
Oct. 7from Opening the Curtain
The friendship between director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi creates space for authenticity and discovery in “The Chef Show.”
Oct. 11from Good Food
To do this week: scope out some interior decor at WestEdge Design Fair; reminisce about movie palaces at a screening of "Going Attractions"; attend a discussion on architecture and…
Oct. 21from Design and Architecture
Benjamin Moser’s Sontag: Her Life and Work is interested in the writing and ideas of Susan Sontag.
Oct. 17from Bookworm
Todd Phillips' super-villain origin story 'Joker' already won top prize at Venice. But now there are fears the dark and violent movie could incite actual violence.
Oct. 4from Hollywood Breakdown
Getting into character and scaring people silly is one of Campbell Harmon's favorite things in life.
Oct. 8from Nocturne
KCRW invites you to a special screening of Avengers Endgame featuring a special pre-film conversation with award winning composer Alan Silvestri and KCRW's Chris Douridas.
Oct. 14from Arts & Culture Stories