The pitching legend, by the strict standards of modern progressivism, could be linked to the Third Reich.
Why not care and love, and make everyone feel welcome?
Free Solo, a climbing documentary, and Deep Past, a paleontological novel, stir thoughts on mortality and endurance.
Goodbye Serialites and delusional yappy bores: Red Scare's "The Zoo" is the best podcast ever recorded.
The Right believes It, Left thinks it's the new spirit cooking.
Rachel Haywire doesn’t seek acceptance from the social media’s herd.
Though happy nonetheless (and, in the old sense, quite gay).
The Farewell is moving, hilarious, and one of this year's best. A-
Olivia Wilde's film is for those preferring social insights to laughs.
Bonus: a brief look at a strange and “ritzy” CinéBistro movie theater.
Perhaps Rodger and Aghdam are hanging out in digital heaven or hell.
I won’t say too much about the sillier things Spider did, although the drug deal to Kenya wearing full Hijab reading my book Smoking is Cool shortly after meeting me isn’t off limits.
Tiny groups keep trying to decide what’s inclusive.
Populist anti-Semitism finds another spokesman on the right.
There’s a lot to love.
Kind of an eh life.
Paleocon Diary (#181).
I like reading a story that’s as boring as me.
Public schools spend an inordinate sum of money on their students in certain parts of the country.
It proves he's a fool, but not a racist.
Dogs, comedians, and Trump.
Then I’ll look them up.
What freak in the 1960s didn’t?
An old comrade rescued me.
A conversation with the director of Midsommar and Hereditary.
From the Welsh musician's stellar new album Reward, out now on Mexican Summer.
"All of the guys that I made music won't even talk to me. All of them."
Brief documentary featuring the legendary gossip columnist.
From the archives of The Dick Cavett Show.
New documentary about the unknown man who stood before tanks in Tiananmen Square 30 years ago this week.
Extraordinary new album by the Serbian sound artist.
Terrence Malick's new WWII epic has been bought by Fox Searchlight, so expect a vigorous Oscar campaign.
From the album Zero Player Game, available now on Ehse Records.
The latest in a five year string of excellent film and cultural criticism from Renegade Cut.
The new film by Olivier Assayas (Personal Shopper, Clouds of Sils Maria).
An old solo demo of a song that ended up on Girlpool's latest album What Chaos is Imaginary?