It’s funny where you pick-up bits and pieces of inspiration over the years.
In honor of the beginning of the 2015 MLB baseball season, Sports Editors Mike Kasdan and Wai Sallas riff on all things baseball and some things not, with appearances by Monty Python, Doc Brown, and – yes – Pete Rose.
His talent was too big for just one genre or role, and he set the bar a little higher for everything he did (except Dracula.)
Ken Goldstein wants to argue—-but also wants to know the point of the argument.
Allan Mott asks this question: How would you feel and what would you do if tomorrow the world suddenly became the place you’ve always wanted to live in?
Comedy is a lot like music–it’s a great way for young people to form an identity they can present to the world as they struggle to find out who they really are.
Sometimes it’s important to take a step back and ask yourself, “If I’m not willing to do everything I can to at least try and get everyone on my side, then what exactly am I really fighting for?”
A book, a movie, a story, an image that you saw at the right time, and that helped make you who you are today.
From ‘Cop Land’—who knew Stallone could act?—to the original ‘Postman Always Rings Twice,’ Steve Jaeger on why these are movies worth watching.
Oliver Lee Bateman explains why four somewhat overlooked sketches are rip-roaringly funny and why one very famous Andy Samberg digital short isn’t.
Cornelius Walker wants us to stop treating women’s bodies and sex as something to be bartered for political gain.
If they can somehow find a way to get to 23, they could have their own NHL team. DATELINE: WEDNESDAY 3:12 P.M.I left the house to pick up Drama Queen from school and take her to tae kwon do at 4 P.M. I turned the radio on in my car and tuned into Shredd and…