The voice of the Great Mighty Poo.
It's lazy and boring.
Two ways of dealing with pain on new albums by Xiu Xiu and Dirty Projectors.
A look at prejudices of Northern, white liberals. A
Philly outfit bottles Indiana whiskey to “honor” Maryland’s boozy past.
52 Weeks of Jason Lescalleet, Week 6: “A Visit from Helios” (3/24/15).
Two members of Congress defend and sue, while several colleagues join the censors.
Detroit’s hockey dynasty, Tonya Harding, and Louis Farrakhan: Memories warm and happy, or demoralizing and ridiculous.
They choose to ignore his point that Sweden's in trouble.
How Pink Floyd's The Wall predicted Trump.
London's newest hot spot.
More tales from Tinytown.
I don’t preach peace and love.
Rod Dreher, tireless da Vinci of self-promotion, panting with moist desire.
Much more than Harry Potter fan fiction.
Soundbite, limelight, and silence.
When fancy writing is good writing.
Defining women's cinema.
An interview with British professor Steve Hall.
Wolff, Young, Haidt: For clarity, against hysteria.
A basic concept Trump doesn’t understand.
Oh, and a review of Fifty Shades Darker.
The term “conspiracy theorist” is now useless.
Watching the bluebloods.
A joint podcast from Splice Today and Height.
Snapshots from the 1920s.
Barnes & Noble slowly winds down.