It’s a path for other prospects to consider.
It's got a killer central hook, but where it goes from that point isn't all that wondrous. B-
Aretha at 29, and my teenage friend Elena Seibert.
Sexy Anne Frank's making some lose it.
Any Democrat that skips the network is toast.
Surveying censorship in Kenya and China and streaming’s illusion of choice.
Aziz Ansari's working again.
Sixth got no respect above Central Park, either…
So many failed plans.
Good thing this isn’t serious.
Tim Maughan's Infinite Detail is interesting conceptually, but ultimately not engaging.
Howard Stern Comes Again caps a decade full of failed attempts at mainstream acceptance.
But you don’t see me making a big deal about it.
The Montaigne Project: Elegance, Samuel Johnson and Iggy Pop.
Paleocon Diary (#173).
Oscar Berkman spends a night with the girl of his dreams.
Many leave this place here, where you are right now.
Michael Malice goes where non-trolls fear to tread.
Paglia has always been a mixed bag.
Proust, gay and misogynistic, can’t portray a kind of happiness he’s never been granted.
You don't have to be a believer to be Jewish.
White male privilege isn’t going to cure our hemorrhoids or the insecurities that wrack us deep inside.
Bret Stephens’ whining about chortling twenty-somethings.
A statement about threats and violence against cat colleagues.
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?
A soap commercial directed by Ingmar Bergman featuring Andersson's first on screen appearance.
A new album by Chad Beattie out now on Sara Laughs Records.
Oh my stars!
Live improvisations and interviews captured in a short documentary.
Living legend best known for her role as tut-tutting Jessica Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote in a puff piece interview for Australian TV recorded last fall.
A rare appearance from two of America's most famous silent movie stars.
Full show shot by Thomas Kessler.