Howdy readers. I'm Phil Rosen, reporting from New York.
On this day in 1940, Disney debuted "Pinocchio," and the nosy puppet became one of the most beloved characters in film history.
I bring this up because some people say that, unlike the marionette, markets don't lie.
In that case, it may be wise to heed a key bond market signal that's saying we'll avoid a recession after all.
Think Mary Poppins, but way more messed up.
That seems to be the premise behind Mercedes Bryce Morgan's horror Spoonful of Sugar, which sees a student (Morgan Saylor) who is studying severe allergies in children take up a babysitting job with a very unusual family.
Kat Foster stars as intense mom Rebecca, Myko Olivier is dashing dad Jacob, and Danilo Crovetti plays their troubled son Johnny.