Hey, the world’s largest collection of Star Wars materials is in a museum in Petaluma, California. (Thanks, Sox!)
“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.
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.”
A site featuring the work of author, musician, film historian, radio host and dearly missed friend of the Gutter Todd Sadtman is now online. You can visit here.
Friend of the Gutter Kimberly Lindbergs has put together a collection of of her pieces on Asian film artists at Cinebeats! “May is Asian Heritage Month or to be more exact, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. To celebrate I decided to collect links to some of […]
At The Paris Review, Anne Diebel considers Dashiell Hammett’s “strange career.” “In a 1929 interview with the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Dashiell Hammett described his first attempts at ‘breadwinning.’ After dropping out of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute at 14, he worked as a messenger boy for the Baltimore and Ohio […]