TV Columnist @Vulture. Reviews movies & TV on @WTOP. Wrote the book on Clueless. Prev bylines: @NYTimes, @Washingtonpost, elsewhere. Nostalgist with standards.

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I'm a Washington area native who spent 12 and a half years at The Washington Post, first as a Web producer and editor, then as writer of the Post's celebrity and pop culture blog, Celebritology. I am still writing about pop culture, but currently as a freelance writer. My work has appeared in New...

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Nov 23, 2017

At a Coco press screening they started to show the Olaf short and cut it off after a few minutes. Sounds like we didn’t miss anything.

Nov 23, 2017

@markhcohen Understood, and agree. Thanks for clarifying — appreciate it.

Nov 23, 2017

Here goes my first attempt to make mashed potatoes inspired by movie swag.

Nov 23, 2017

@bbizcool I had no idea people would take the word allowed this seriously, my friend.

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