Orrin Konheim
Orrin Konheim
Orrin Konheim

Orrin Konheim is a regional journalist and blogger in Falls Church,
Va., who publishes in the Richmond and Washington, D.C., publications,
with publication credits including the Richmond Times-Dispatch,
Washington Post, Skagit Valley Herald, Falls Church News Press, Mental
Floss Magazine, Teaching Tolerance, Weekly Standard and others. He
is a Democrat, but remains committed to exploring both sides of the
divide on cultural issues. His Twitter handle is @okonh0wp.

NBC Redefined The Sitcom, So What Went Wrong This Fall?

When NBC announced new fall shows ‘Sunnyside’ and ‘Perfect Harmony,’ it seemed inevitable one or both would falter. That just happened to ‘Sunnyside.’

How The Media Uses Twitter To Exacerbate Cancel Culture

Entertainment media outlets need to be more responsible, and toe the line between defining cancel culture conflicts and manufacturing them.

What The Evolution Of The ‘Star Trek’ Franchise Says About The Shifting TV Landscape

To better understand how important ‘Star Trek’ is to reading the TV climate, it’s worth looking at what happened the last time it was so popular.

We Won’t Solve Racism By Blacklisting Liam Neeson

The problem with seeking to cure racism through full-blast eradication is that this treats racism as a defining trait of character when it’s more a pre-conceived set of malleable beliefs.

High-Profile Films Show How To Bravely Discuss Race In 2018

Many of the films depicting the African-American experience this year are admirable, but the most meaningful one is, ironically, by the man who made ‘Dumb and Dumber.’

Film Critics’ Insufferable Wokeness Is Reinstituting A Moral Code For Movies

Every Oscar loss, every protest, and every mass wave of slanted criticism has an effect on what Hollywood greenlights, and how bold films can be.