Archive for June 10th, 2020

In Conclusion

A chat with the acclaimed director John Boorman who made Ireland his home

By Noel Shine John Boorman is best known as the film director behind the critically acclaimed Deliverance (1972) and Hope and Glory (1987), for which he received Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations. His Hollywood breakthrough came with Point Blank (1967), starring Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson. It was the first of two collaborations withRead more..

Dr. Patrick Monahan

The Doctor is in the House [of Representatives}.

By Tom Deignan Dr. Brian Patrick Monahan is a rare creature in Washington these days. He is praised by both Democrats and Republicans. “Throughout this (coronavirus) health crisis, the Senate, its members and our staffs have been lucky to have the steady leadership of Dr. Brian Monahan in our corner,” Republican Senate Majority Leader MitchRead more..