Older adults living with chronic pain and their choice to use medical marijuana.
Learn how to sign a phrase from the episode, The Tempest from Sean Berdy.
THIN ICE (an Official Selection of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival) is a dark comedy about a small time insurance agent (Greg Kinnear) looking for a way to jump-start his business, reunite with his estranged wife (Lea Thompson) and escape the frigid Wisconsin weather. This self-proclaimed master of spin believes that salesmanship is all about selling a story - all he needs is a sucker willing to buy it. He hits pay dirt with a lonely retired farmer (Alan Arkin) who is sitting on something much bigger than an insurance commission. However, his attempt to con the old man spins out of control when a nosy, unstable locksmith's (Billy Crudup) temper dramatically ups the stakes trapping him in a madcap spiral of deceit and peril.
What secret is Toby keeping from his parents?
Will John win?
During World War II, a motherless 12-year-old whose father has been drafted learns much about his family when he is sent to Vermont to live with his grandparents.
For Justin Frost (newcomer Thomas Middleditch in a breakthrough role), a typical day is rolling out of bed at one, practicing improvised karate, and mowing grass for his best friend's landscaping business. But when a traveling carnival lands in his small town, Justin falls for a sexy con artist and wakes up to the life he has yet to begin living. Written and directed by Brant Sersen, winner of the 2004 SXSW Audience Award for his previous feature comedy Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, SPLINTERHEADS also stars Rachael Taylor (Transformers), Christopher McDonald (Happy Gilmore), Lea Thompson (Back to the Future), Dean Winters (HBO's OZ), Frankie Faison (HBO's The Wire) and introducing Jason Rogel as Wayne Chung.
Things will get explosive when Lana comes to dinner.
The mayor of D.C. appoints a task force to fix its ailing emergency system
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