Bidding a belated farewell to Dr. Eugenia “Gena” Porto, my favorite undergraduate professor.
It’s not funny!
Lack of instruction prepares youth for lonely lives.
Into the Brill Building with Ariel Pink.
What's left from when I was young.
Financial scandals haven't kept celebs away.
Controversial speakers abound at the fourth annual conference.
A trust has been broken.
The things we'll find there.
When we hate others, we stain our souls.
Without the freedom to offend there’s no real free speech.
Aronofsky’s mother! is a testament to his skill as a director and incompetence as a screenwriter.
It has always been trash all the way down, with a few pearls scattered amidst the refuse.
Gay people not interested in the left’s intersectionality are now turning to the right.
Revising Clinton, KLF, clowns, Confederates, cabaret, and Catalonia.
The joy of fainting masculinity in Bringing Up Baby.
There is nothing patriotic about dying in war.
What makes life bearable?
The government isn't required to intervene in your relationship with your mom.
He’s not a headline-grabber like Trump.
These are rough and treacherous seas we’re sailing here.
I’m not the one who’s obsessed with masturbation. It’s the culture at large.
Steely Dan and Godard affect the Victorian era.
People are sometimes hustling for soul.
High-wire days for Red Sox fans.
A new album of edited improvisations recorded 2014 - 2017.
Who’ll be the next in line to get hacked—again.
The first single from Amy Reid's solo album Hirsute, out September 29th on Friends Records.
Lonely is as lonely does.
Remembering my mom on the centennial of her birth.
From And/Or Studio for stock footage firm Dissolve. Via Boing Boing.
The 288-page reprint of the classic '80s hardcore zine also features new interviews with Ian MacKaye, Keith Morris, and members of Agnostic Front, Bad Brains, and Cro-Mags, as well as a 19-song compilation, Still Having Their Say. Below, Nomads cover Crucifix's "How When And Where" and Agnostic Front's "The Eliminator." More at Decibel.