A look at the decluttering star’s new series.
We can and probably should keep talking “lunatic.”
In this short story, the Evil Genius strikes it rich in the alt-ac business world.
Premature eulogizing for Ruth Bader Ginsburg continues with new movie by Mimi Leder. D+
Letting go of toxic people and energy vampires.
This isn’t the way people have always lived.
RQ’s cousin deals with the fallout from his unearthed tweets.
A storied college football rivalry comes to a close.
Not horrible, but there’s nothing particularly memorable about the film. C-
The middle digit fades into obscurity.
Bad things are everywhere.
So many people and too many places that’ll be sorely missed.
I've seen the future and it’s China.
Whining works in today’s society.
He’s not the presidential candidate the Democrats want or need.
Paleocon Diary (#154).
Jeffrey A. Engel's book is a clear primer.
Those of us on the Left need to do a better job talking about Israel.
Free markets always get shafted.
Schitt’s Creek is one slice of a much broader cultural obsession with lifestyles of the rich and famous.
Here’s to another toast!
Mom’s recovery was long and challenging.
Televised set from Germany on the Washing Machine tour.
An interview with the director shortly after the release of The Deer Hunter.
Performing songs from the NTS Sessions in Australia last year.
Surprise new album by the prolific Baltimore singer-songwriter.
The first look at Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out.
The first music video from the album Dream Dynamics, featuring Nicky Smith on rhythm and lead guitar.
Manhattan’s packed for the holidays, but no one’s there.
New electronic compositions from New York experimental musician.
An episode from 1972, when talk shows let people talk.
City nicknames, like Baltimore’s “Charm City,” are mostly dumb.
First single from new Baltimore band fronted by Brooks Kossover and Jenghis Manning-Pettit.
Dad was a humble giant, at least to his five sons.