Rian Johnson’s Knives Out has one of the starriest casts of 2019, with everyone from Daniel Craig, to Chris Evans, to Jamie Lee Curtis and Toni Collette all appearing in the murder-mystery dark comedy.
In a meeting at the White House Friday, President Trump vowed to tackle the scourge of low-flush toilets, making the improbable claim that water regulations force Americans to flush 10 to 15 times after
Lots of commercials try to inspire us to crack open our wallets by making us feel terrible ourselves, and ads for fitness and exercise products are often among the worst offenders. So the bar here was
In one of the first marks on our apocalyptic Bingo Card of the 21st Century, after 9/11 the CIA began secret use of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques to torture detainees held under suspicion of connection
So, you're in the market for a holiday sweater. Maybe you prefer the term Christmas sweater. That's cool. If it's got Santa on it, that is for sure what it is. But don't get all War on Christmas on me,
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Shy Baldwin Is a Fictional Character. But Is He Based on Harry Belafonte?
After a brief cameo in Season Two of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Shy Baldwin (played by Leroy McClain) takes center stage as his tour kicks off in Season Three with Miriam “Midge” Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan)
The german series We Are the Wave, available on Netflix, is more than a drama about teenage rebellion. The series has historical roots that draw loosely from Morton Rhue’s novel The Wave, which fictionalized
(Permanent Musical Accompaniment To The Last Post Of The Week From The Blog’s Favourite Living Canadian) Back in 2015, in the wake of the white-supremacist mass murder committed by Dylann Roof at Mother
How much do you love your most treasured sneakers. A lot? A lot, a lot? To the ends of the earth and back? Even more than that? If you're in the latter camp—you love those damn sneakers so much you can't
Nothing was more tiresome in this week’s House Judiciary Committee slanging than the baseless charge by the Republican minority that the impeachment inquiry is taking up so much of the House’s attention
The Great James Bond Hype Machine is in full swing with the arrival of the trailer for No Time to Die, Daniel Craig's final outing as MI6's best-dressed agent and M's biggest headache. We see a teasing
It was perhaps inevitable that the great spiritual struggle of our time would link up with the major political conflict of the moment. That's right, folks: the War on Christmas—that sacred battle between
Ever wonder what it'd look like if you drove into a speed bump at full speed rather than slowing down? Wonder no more, because the folks from the Warped Perspective YouTube channel went and found out you.
All told, it's a pretty light week for sneakers. There are absolutely a few bangers hitting shelves, like Nike's A Ma Maniére collab and a wild one from Reebok by Pyer Moss. And the Ultra Boost is back
Henry Lee Lucas Was Considered America's Most Prolific Serial Killer. But He Was Really a Serial Liar.
Henry Lee Lucas looked the part. He was a drifter with a history of violence, a spare scattering of teeth, and a drooping, weepy eye, and when he confessed to being the most prolific serial in American
One day, if this country ever develops a working conscience again, it will thank people like Mark Denbeaux of the Seton Hall School of Law, and it will thank reporters like Carol Rosenberg, who has been
It's been many years since Star Wars fans have seen the vast dunes of Tatooine and that binary sunset that launched the greatest sci-fi franchise in history. And in Episode Five of The Mandalorian, our
Sometimes, you pick up a story at what used to be the back pages of a newspaper that nonetheless seems to carry the weight of ominous portent. Sometimes, these are medical stories—Ebola and whatnot. Increasingly,
On a snowy day in Manhattan, I sit down with Tony Shalhoub at the Whitby Hotel. He looks like the kind of cool dad that every guy hopes to be—a nice sweater with a blazer and an admirable beard. While
Until Marriage Story, I didn't know Adam Driver could sing. Most people—including me—know him best as the brooding, evil Sith lord in Star Wars—a role that includes absolutely zero musical theater. In
You can almost see the involuntary twitch of a chill coursing through him. “It really was a childhood trauma for me,” Noah Baumbach says. “It has come up in therapy my entire life. It really messed me
Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino are no stranger to a little razzle dazzle. That penchant for the flamboyant comes in handy when a series hits its third season, like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Every year, on the first brisk day of fall, I whisper a prayer of thanks to the style gods. While I appreciate rosé and recognize the value of hanging out with happy people and getting the requisite amount
I am saddened to inform the assembled that Pete Buttigieg has gotten himself crossways with the shebeen’s First Law of Economics. To wit: Fck the Deficit. People got no jobs. People got no money. According
Being our semi-regular weekly survey of what’s goin’ down in the several states where, as we know, the real work of governmentin’ gets done, and where you can’t even hear the murmur of a prayer. We begin,
WASHINGTON—Ah, you may be wondering, is the Republican Senate still installing judges in the federal judiciary with all this other stuff going on, and does this mean that the dark energy powering this