Family Law Halloween Horror Classics

Family Law Halloween Horror Classics

This is the time for Halloween Horror classics. TCM’s running about 36 straight hours of horror movies; Showtime has a Penny Dreadful marathon (Rory Kinnear and Eva Green are awesome); Frankenstein, Dracula, Friday the 13th, and, of course Halloween, I through...
Robert Forster and Second Acts

Robert Forster and Second Acts

Robert Forster died last week, the day his last credited role, El Camino, was released on Netflix. Accolades poured in. “Great actor”; “A lovely man and a consummate actor”; “kind and generous” and so much more. We’re not...
Mediation Myths Debunked #238

Mediation Myths Debunked #238

Mediation does not do well in popular culture. Movies, TV, streaming shows, divorce mediation is either short shrifted or outright slandered. Really. Here’s an example from the completely odious and finally cancelled Divorce on HBO: First show of the first...
Key Largo and Is This the End of Rico?

Key Largo and Is This the End of Rico?

Last week we drove from Miami down to the Keys for a boat ride/business meeting.  We stayed at what started off as a fishing village in the 1940’s and is now a private community in 2,500 lush tropical acres are bordered on three sides by water. We didn’t...
Relics, Nostalgia, and Independence Day

Relics, Nostalgia, and Independence Day

I just spent a week up in the Northwest traveling to Vancouver and Seattle. Getting away from the heat and humidity of North Carolina to bask in cool ocean breezes, eat seafood, endure a few showers, and see the sights. Lots of sights. A lot of time to think, as well,...