Tag Archives: addiction

Yay for James Frey

On Monday I saw James Frey’s Facebook status: sober for nineteen years.  I have followed James Frey’s life and work with great interest ever since reading “A Million Little Pieces” years ago.  Addiction is a topic that has run in … Continue reading

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Another On Demand Rental Review: “Beautiful Boy”

When my son and I cuddled up under the blankets today with a big bowl of popcorn, we thought we were renting the same “Beautiful Boy” that was written by David Sheff — a non-fiction account of his son’s drug … Continue reading

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Addiction and Fame Take Another Life – the Death of Amy Winehouse

I remember hearing “Back to Black” for the first time.  It was hard to believe that the powerful, sultry, sexy voice I was hearing was coming from a tiny little white woman, more of a girl really.  Boy could she … Continue reading

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Charlie Sheen Bombs Again

Charlie Sheen bombed at Radio City Music Hall last night.  Only his most diehard fans seemed to enjoy his performance at all, but the overall consensus was that he wasn’t funny or entertaining.  Most audience members felt that they had … Continue reading

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Charlie Sheen Bombed — Are You Surprised?

I was amazed when I initially heard that Charlie Sheen was going on tour and that he had sold out two nights at Radio City in minutes.  Why would anyone want to see him right now I wondered? The man … Continue reading

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