June Skinner Sawyers

June Skinner Sawyers is an editor and journalist who writes frequently about music and the arts. She is a regular contributor to the "Chicago Tribune," for which she wrote a nightlife column for two years, and is the editor of several literary anthologies. Martin Scorsese entered a seminary in 1956, but then opted to channel his passions into film. He is the acclaimed director of such classic films as "Mean Streets," "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," and "Goodfellas,"