A Killing on the Cape is a six-episode ABC Radio podcast and an ABC News “20/20” documentary. It tells the story of the murder of Christa Worthington, a fashion writer, in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The story begins with Christa being found stabbed in her house with her 2 year old daughter by her side. It’s the first murder case in 30 years in the area. And the story that unfolds is stranger than fiction.
Totally compelling and unique in that it combines a podcast with a documentary.
The podcast can be found via iTunes, and the documentary can be found below.
Had the fortunate opportunity in my life to live in NYC. While there the New York Times is arguably the only way true new yorkers get their news.
What I’m excited about is The New York Times really is a global leader in news. As much as we have been hearing attacks towards the news media, they really are the pillar of freedom and the First Amendment to the Constitution.
Case in point – Mark Kanemura (Former SYTYCD contestant, All-Star, and Lady Gaga Dancer) choreographed a routine to RuPaul’s Call Me Mother. It’s everything: masculine/feminine, soft/hard, fast/slow, varied/dynamic. Awesome.
So happy to report that one of my favorite shows, So You Think You Can Dance, has returned for Season 14 better than ever.
Last year they changed formats by allowing very young dancers to compete. While I support the arts and endeavors of younger dancers, this was a successful approach. Honestly, I stopped watching the show entirely.
This year, I reluctantly started watching again. Much to my surprise, they seemed to have breathed new life into the series. The talent is incredible and they have given the All-Stars a more prominent role.
Now, when the aspiring dancers audition, they do so in front of their peers. The energy is different, and it seems the performers are bringing their very best to impress the professionals.
An exampe of this fresh take can be seen in this opener for the “Academy”, replacing the Las Vegas concept, with an academy location.
Dubsmash is an app which takes sounds clips of music, films, tv, quotes, etc. and let’s you lip sync to them. Basically it allows you to test your lip synching skills and post them online via social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Mostly hilarious and clever. Can be quite entertaining.