Archive for April 2012

How Much Is Your Time Worth?

It’s fair to say that everyone who works wants to get paid. In times like these, as our economy staggers out of the gray uncertainty of recession we probably spend a lot time thinking about money and how much of it we should be getting. How much in wages we earn for our time and... Read more »

The Chicago "Atmosphere"

The Chicago "Atmosphere"
“Chicago has great clouds.” I was speaking to a friend on the phone a few days ago and we were talking about the differences between California and Chicago. “There’s so much sunlight here,” was my comment that precipitated the converstion. “It’s always sunny. It takes some getting used to.” This isn’t strictly true, of course,... Read more »

Tell Me Where To Go

Good Evening faithful readers.  Greg Kiernan here again, and if you’re anything like me you’re trying to find a guide to a better life but don’t know where to look. Maybe it’s a post-quarter life crisis, perhaps it’s the knowledge that I’m simply getting older, but one thing is for sure: this is not exactly... Read more »

Keeping Women Out of Film

Keeping Women Out of Film
Last week I volunteered to help out at the Los Angeles Women’s Film Festival. For the past two years this was a festival at which we screened our films “The Visionary” and “Mattress World”. To be on the other side of the other side of the proverbial velvet rope was eye-opening about some of the... Read more »

Hunger Games: Hungry for More

Greetings readers, This is Greg Kiernan again, reporting to you from Chicago’s north side.  Like many of you I’m sure, I have recently seen “The Hunger Games” and was greatly entertained.  But the end of the movie left a few things hanging and I had a few unanswered questions.  But then I came to the... Read more »