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The Bus Stops Here
The How's Your News? crew rolls out its unique brand of reportage on MTV
Screens Story  February 27, 2009, by Clay Smith
"...How's Your News? features seven people with mental disabilities traveling the country in a restored 1970s Buffalo Top Cruiser bus interviewing celebrities as well as everyday citizens. None of the interviewees, famous or otherwise, is used to being approached by someone with Down syndrome, for example, who puts a mic to them and asks, "How's your news?" At one point in the first episode, reporter Jeremy Vest, who has Williams syndrome (which means that he skips from subject to subject and doesn't realize that he's gone off topic), is interviewing a musician and says: "I heard your performance..."

A Four Letter Word
This tale of an unapologetically promiscuous New Yorker settles for the easy trifles of romantic comedy.
Film Review  May 23, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...As do your clothes … and your drink of choice … and your penis size. This is the kind of emotional flippancy and casual amorality that prompts Luke’s friends – and one potential true love – to dismiss him as a “gay cliché,” a living, lisping, leather-vest-wearing, casual-sex-indulging, Oscar-Wilde-lite-bon-mot-tossing, ultimately damaging symbol of male homosexuality that squeamish Middle America can always rely on for comfort..."

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Columns  January 9, 2004
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Columns  July 19, 2002
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Columns  July 12, 2002
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