At The Projection Booth, friend of the Gutter Mike White watches Daughters of Darkness (1971) and discusses it with guest hosts Kat Ellinger and Heather Drain and special guest Danielle Ouimet. “It seemed a fairly ordinary night when Stefan (John Karlen) and his wife Valerie (Danielle Ouimet), two […]
Rachel Handler writes about Wild Nights With Emily at Vulture. “But in the process of attempting to read copies of every letter Emily had written, Smith got distracted. ‘I start coming across things like seven lines erased, half of the page cut out, words erased,’ she tells me. […]
“Every generation gets its own Keanu Reeves, except every generation’s Keanu Reeves is this Keanu Reeves.” Keanu Reeves is interviewed at GQ.
“Tolstoy once said there are only three stories in the world: A man goes on a journey, a stranger comes to town, and Big Dick Richie’s dick is too big. Ok, so one of those is actually a secondary plotline of the greatest work of art of the […]
Clarkisha Kent and Sady Doyle have some Thoughts about Daenarys and Game Of Thrones.
At Smithsonian, Mary Pilon writes about the history of Monopoly. It was intended to teach people about income inequality. “In 1904, Magie received a patent for an invention she called the Landlord’s Game, a square board with nine rectangular spaces on each side, set between corners labeled ‘Go […]