Something to hide in a post-ethics world.
Gregg Easterbrook writes that, despite what we hear, it's not time to give up yet.
Splatoon 2 is a finely-tuned and refined third-person shooter.
Scatterbrained and dopamine damaged by a ubiquitous Internet.
We buy a lot of stuff, but we don’t really need it.
Jackie Robinson to Malcolm X.
TV needs more politics.
Sponsors flee, Gorka flares.
Ken Russell’s film of the Who’s landmark rock opera ages well.
A very funny movie about very dark subjects. A
Several fanboys debate the failings of the latest big-budget comic book adaptation.
Triple Threat: Drake, Good Morning, Jon Hopkins.
Rapper Princess Superstar reflects on her impressive heyday.
Life is chaotic, unfair, brief, and futile.
Property lines make more sense than borders.
Our hands are too busy doing other things.
Eating life like a breakfast cereal. Take it away, maestro!
The failed bourgeois respectability of Raising Arizona.
Du Bois in his literary mode is a mixed bag, at best.
One of the hazards of everyday life is dealing with pettifoggery.
Engaging April has people talking about baseball again.
In retrospect, it feels like a dream.
Paleocon Diary (#114).
The ominous comedy of My Neighbor Totoro.
A very rare soundboard recording of the band on their tour for Jordan: The Comeback.
A Top 10 list of 1980s songs.
Legendary electronic duo take over NTS Radio.
Red Sox pitch great, hit lousy, but still win five of six at open of season.
Van Morrison’s discography hasn’t aged well.
Funk cover of the Wizard of Oz classic from 1979. There is no information about the performers, who put this out, what this is, but it is great. If you have any idea who Aunto Molly Orso is, please contact us.
Here’s what keeps Thomas Frank awake at night (maybe).
From AI YoungBoy, available everywhere now.
More self-congratulatory blather about going offline.
The first song of the band's second to last show.
The brilliant Absolut Vodka advertising hustle of the late-1980s.