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Collin Garbarino

Collin Garbarino

Collin is WORLD's Arts and Culture Editor. He is a World Journalism Institute, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Louisiana State University graduate, and he teaches at Houston Baptist University. Collin resides with his wife and four children in Sugar Land, Texas.

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Articles by Collin Garbarino
Coming soon to theaters near you

Coming soon to theaters near you

Hollywood hopes some familiar faces and stories will bring people back to theaters

In October of 1962, thousands of Catholic leaders convened for the first session of the Second Vatican Council

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile is a charming musical for the whole family

BOOKS | Author challenges the government’s race classifications


TELEVISION | New Disney series takes Star Wars into gritty territory

MOVIE | Banalities quench a confused film about a fascist plot in 1933

MOVIE | Musical comedy about a singing crocodile is a crowd-pleaser that elevates family and service to others

MOVIE | Amazon’s book adaptation stuffs modern pieties into a children’s story set in medieval England

Amazon Studios’ adaptation of Catherine Called Birdy focuses on modern philosophy centered on self

Plus: the 1947 World Series, EPCOT opens, and the first compact disc