A Leader. And a Thinker. His Birthday? Yesterday. He’d be 1,836

Jesse Kornbluth celebrates Marcus Aurelius.

Never Too Hungover: Hangover Prevention Drink

Jesse Kornbluth personally reviews the hangover preventative, Never Too Hungover.

Bruce Springsteen Won’t Sing In North Carolina. Who’s Next?

Jesse Kornbluth on who will join the protest against North Carolina’s anti-transgender laws.

This is scorching now. I adore it. You might too.

Jesse Kornbluth reviews the music of Lukas Graham.

All Things Cease to Appear

I hated George Clare. I wanted him punished. You will too.

The Must-Read Book About O.J. Simpson & Nicole Brown: ‘Raging Heart’

Jesse Kornbluth takes a look at the OJ Simpson case in a way you’ve never seen before.

Graham Greene: The Quiet American

Jesse Kornbluth reviews the works of Graham Greene.

Oscar Special: Enough of ‘The Revenant,’ Here Are 8 Best Foreign Films

Jesse Kornbluth, with eight amazing foreign films worth seeing.

Pundits Are Making Me Puke…Time To Read…George Orwell

The Orwell Reader: Fiction, Essays, and Reportage

A Great Book of Victorian Photography…By the Guitarist of Queen?

Jesse Kornbluth reviews A Village Lost and Found by Brian May.

2015: Sinatra’s 100th Birthday & Billie Holiday’s. Bet You Didn’t Know.

Jesse Kornbluth on celebrating two legends.

Agatha Raisin And The Quiche of Death: Because Sometimes A Guy Wants To Read the Unexpected

Who knew quiche could be so dangerous? Jesse Kornbluth reviews MC Beaton’s mystery novel.

Bill Gates Told Me About ‘Hyperbole And A Half.’ Thanks, Bill.

Jesse Kornbluth on Allie Brosh’s refreshingly open discussion on depression.

Denzel Washington Told Me the Truth, the White Out, ’45 Years’ and ‘Carol’

Looking at this year’s Oscar ballot, Jesse Kornbluth is reminded of the time he interviewed Denzel Washington.

Parting the Waters: America in the King Years 1954-1963

In his book, Taylor Branch goes deep into what it was like to live in the age of the Dr. himself.

He Loved Her. She Loved Him. But was there … Someone Else?

Jesse Kornbluth reviews Graham Greene: The End Of An Affair.