Rooster recalls a moose named Bruckhard and laments the demise of “true friendship.”
A second close reading of Doctor Who.
Fighting against transphobia is fighting against patriarchy. Why doesn't J.K. Rowling agree?
We didn't need much money, and everything we needed was within a three-block radius.
New York City’s currently on the skids, but it’ll come back in a different form. It always does.
The goal is to dismantle the system and build a new, Marxist-influenced one.
Corporations claim to have “values,” yet they lack any sort of conscience to temper their actions.
SEELE and Kojima’s Sons of Liberty would’ve loved yesterday’s Harper’s letter—maybe they wrote it.
Money Plane is just ridiculous enough to entertain. B-
A trip through one of the few neighborhoods in Staten Island that doesn't look like Mallville, USA.
One bird helps another in walking the “streets” of 1500s jungle.
A Close Reading of Doctor Who.
The American version of the pro game is back.
Paleocon Diary (#231).
"Don't tread on me, mister!"
John Bolton’s self-aggrandizing memoir is largely pointless.
Emboldened by a few cocktails, Blatty blurted out the story of a child possessed by a demon.
All failed marriages have two victims.
One gets a very strong impression that the President wants nothing more than to go out in a blaze of glory.
Maybe the entire universe and all the children of the revolution grew up much too fast.
Will I still be a fan when the team becomes the Social Justice Warriors?
Epstein’s ex, like the Marquis de Sade, could spark a Bastille Day.
What would Mayor Ed Koch say?
A Golem has no spiritual qualities because it has no soul.
The director is uncharacteristically talkative and relaxed in this interview with Michael Parkinson, promoting Celebrity.
From the album Ghana Special, Modern Highlife, Afro-sounds & Ghanian Blues: 1968-81.
Joined by Hasan Piker and Matt Christman, Liz Franczak and Brace Belden of True Anon discuss the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell in New Hampshire last week.
The acclaimed American writer gave this reading at the University of Alabama in September 1990.
From the 5th German Schlager-Festspiele on June 12, 1965.
On this Independence Day, watch Peter Bogdanovich's fantastic documentary on one of the best American artists of the 20th century.
One wonderful crazy lady on another.
He is kinder than others, comparing it to Wag the Dog and Local Hero (oh, please!)
The last song from 1991's Ask the Ages, a relatively unsung classic of free jazz.
The legendary late movie producer talks to Brian Linehan in Canada.