Donate Today! Help us help others.

Lynch Coaching


Thursday, February 2, 2012

Rancho High School Riots remembered in local documentary
Local filmmaker Stan Armstrong specializes in making the invisible visible, mining history for little-known nuggets on subjects as varied as "Black Confederates: Forgotten Men in Gray" and "Invisible...

Groundhog Day, Beam Me Up!

From "Star Trek's"

Coming of Age

SAG-AFTRA Merger Links

Full Merger Plan Released

Thoughts on Merger for Nevada

Nevada SAG Branch to become Nevada Local

Messages from the presidents of SAG-AFTRA 

Vote Yes on Merger!

Launch of SAG-AFTRA Merger Campaign at SAG Award

AFRA-SAG Release Merger Plans

Pass the word

Let others know about this site through social media, e-mail and word of mouth!

Tell others about today!
Also scan down and click on "older post" for same day or recent earlier posts, see history in the right hand column or scan for topics.
Any suggestions, ideas, submissions please free free to contact me.

Things You Should Have Learned and Put to Use By This Point in the Term : Review Links and Notes up to and including COM 101 Midterm

D-. Nevada is not a state for children

Child advocates rate Nevada a D-
When it comes to the welfare of Nevada's children, the state continues to do a barely passable job compared to the nation, according to a child advocacy group. In its 2010 Nevada Children's Report Card released Friday, the Children's Advocacy Alliance gave the state a D-minus overall grade, down from the D-plus of two years ago.

1-21-11 first posting

Women flocking to reality shows

From the LA Times Company Town:

Women flee their base. Women are abandoning some of the cable networks that cater to them in favor of channels that focus more on reality shows. The New York Post crunched some ratings for the first quarter of the year and noted that Lifetime, HGTV and Hallmark channel have all seen their female viewership decline sharply, while MTV, home of "Jersey Shore" and "16 and Pregnant" had growth. Brad Adgate, an advertising executive told the Post that "women just want to be entertained. They're balancing careers and motherhood and sometimes don't want to do a lot of thinking -- this is just a moment to themselves." I think that line about not wanting to do a lot of thinking may come back to bite him. 

First printed April 14, 2011