Anthony Merino’s first review was published in the January, 1993 issue of New Art Examiner. In August, the exhibition he curated Domestic Mysteries will open at New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (http://www.ceramics.ntpc.gov.tw/ceramics_en)
Decent writing, great casting, and a potential plot twist help The Blacklist recover some of its faded glory.
26 Feb 2017
Oklahoma City documents the complex events and individuals that lead to America's largest domestic terrorist attack.
09 Feb 2017
"Natalie Luca (No. 184)" suffers from too many twists that don't compel viewers, and Red prepares himself for death -- or just practices for a poetry slam.
07 Feb 2017
First half, too clever by half; what The Blacklist hasn't achieved this season is far more impressive than it what it has.
16 Nov 2016
In "Dr. Adrian Shaw (No. 98)", creator Jon Bokenkamp seems dedicated to throwing ice water on our suspension of disbelief.
10 Nov 2016
There's potential for The Blacklist to get back to greatness. It has all the raw materials.
02 Nov 2016
Creator Jon Bokenkamp doesn't kill the ancillary characters, he just guts them of everything that makes them interesting.
24 Oct 2016
The comedy gods bestowed on late night television the Trump tapes; all stepped up and answered the challenge.
19 Oct 2016
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