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An Interview With Dennis Franz

Given the fact that “NYPD Blue” has been on for 12 years, can you describe how your character has changed and evolved over that time. Well, 12 years out of … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

On Franz As Sipowicz

On March 1, NYPD Blue hung up its badge after 12 splendid seasons at the center of ABC’s play-list. This brings to a wistful end an era in which America was blessed to witness … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

Best In Music, 2003

STANDING AT THE EDGE. Casey Stratton. Odyssey. (Commercial release date January 20, 2004). Standing At The Edge marks Casey’s Stratton’s debut on Odyssey, marking the emergence of a major new singer-songwriter. Stratton, who … Continue reading

December 1, 2003 · 1 Comment

New American Poetry

Books THE NEW AMERICAN POETRY, 1945-1960. Edited by Donald Allen. University of California Press.  This comprehensive anthology of the American post-war poetry scene was re-released in 1999, with an afterward by … Continue reading

November 1, 2003 · Leave a comment

NYPD Blue & An Interview With Dennis Franz

NYPD BLUE. DVD. Seasons 1 & 2. Fox Home Entertainment. Excepting The Sopranos, NYPD Blue is the best thing on television today. These DVDs capture the complete first and second seasons, as we re-immerse ourselves … Continue reading

October 1, 2003 · 1 Comment
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