“Prince and I did not get off, so to speak, on the good foot.” — Robert Burke Warren on how Prince made him unafraid.
Greg Olear speculates the closing of the series “Mad Men”.
Robert Burke Warren goes deep into his own story to talk about the persistence of God in pop, and how and why non-believers and doubting Thomases still go for it.
Matthew Norman remembers his own love for something beautiful you can truly own.
Peggy Olson is smarter.
Kurt Baumeister says farewell to “Mad Men” and to Dick Whitman.
Sean Beaudoin deconstructs Jessica Pare, Megan Calvet, and Megan Draper.
Vince Navy waves a dull goodbye to Betty Draper, and the end of the “Mad Men” series.
You’ll miss the bad old days, when ad men could not manage the madness they made. A farewell to Mad Men.
In anticipation of the series finale of “Mad Men”, James Reich examines the love-to-hate character Pete Campbell.
Sean Beaudoin says goodbye to ‘Mad Men’ with a farewell to Joan, and a prediction for her fate in the final series.
How many have you seen?
In fiction as in the real world, though, mutual love won’t always happen.
Ben Tanzer lets it all hang out when discussing the gritty underside of his first true love.
Melissa Holbrook Pierson’s 14 year-old son is obsessed with guns and war, and she wonders what it all means.
We live in an era of extremes. Take Joey Chestnut, for example.