Deep-Fried RomanticMar 10th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
Faced with competition from On-demand, Netflix and RedBox, America's flagship movie rental chain reconsiders a few policies-in the wrong direction.
Deep-Fried RomanticFeb 24th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
After two years of negotiations and development issues, Dave & Buster's opens March 1 in Wauwatosa. Now the fun begins.
Deep-Fried RomanticFeb 10th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
The popular Kidz Bop music series takes songs that children hear on the radio and sanitizes them into something that's more accessible. Good idea?
Deep-Fried RomanticJan 27th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
The Academy Awards nominations aren't out yet, but with this year's wider field of candidates, it's easy to predict who will be in the "Best Picture" camp.
Deep-Fried RomanticJan 13th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
Our TCD contributor finds out that there's more to casinos than the glitzy, high-rolling life that they promise.
Deep-Fried RomanticDec 30th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
TCD's Brian Jacobson ruminates on holiday newsletters and offers an optimstic take on his own year in review.
Deep-Fried RomanticDec 16th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
In honor my desire to buy the "Big Top Cupcake" maker, here's a look at (and salute to) useful and unneccessary things.
Deep-Fried RomanticDec 2nd, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
In light of Tiger Woods feeling below par, the Hoff being sent to a psych ward and Jacko going laser -- what do fans really deserve to know about celebs?
Deep-Fried RomanticNov 18th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
Days after AFV crowns a $100,000 winner, did anyone notice a shift in the show's tone?
Deep-Fried RomanticOct 14th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
A look at a movement that propelled Rennie Harris and Co. from the projects of Philly to Puremovement dance.
Deep-Fried RomanticSep 29th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
MFF film offers snapshot of photography in 1914 Denmark. We look at how it's changed the way we've viewed life ever since.
Deep-Fried RomanticSep 15th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
Or, what happens to thirtysomethings when their version of John Wayne passes away