“The 1-California carries more than just passengers gawking at superheroes in Marvel blockbusters, though. It carries the history and legacy of San Francisco’s Chinese community, its advocacy, and its perseverance. That is, if you know the history.” More at KQED.
Behold the glory of Bob the Drag Queen’s wig in this performance from We’re Here in Selma, Alabama.
Ah, the freedom of the open water. We chase it in real life with boats, canoes, and all manner of watercraft, but nothing beats the feeling of the rushing tide over your scales…I mean skin. Video games have been trying to replicate the freedom of the ocean for […]
At UnHerd, Dorian Lynskey writes about villains, pop psychology, backstory and corporate storytelling. “What Lumet and Chayefsky were really getting at with their rubber-ducky quip was the pretence that explaining everything is akin to psychological veracity. We are all shaped by our experiences, good and bad, but rarely […]
On Twitter, a bus operator rates the bus fight scene in Shang-Chi (2021) in terms of transit accuracy and offers some transit insights along the way! “Finally watching Shang-Chi, here as a bus operator to rate the SFT transit factors of The Bus Scene.”
Our friends at the Feminine Critique podcast discuss Laid To Rest (2009) and Murder, She Wrote, “Halloween Kills!” “Break out of that deadbox: you’ve got things to do! It’s time for a very special episode where Christine and Emily are joined by delightful Texans Angela & James to […]