For the Picture Of The Day, here’s the 2020 edition of TCM’s annual montage of actors, filmmakers, and other movie folks who died this year.
Quickies about an Alexa-ready microwave, diapers for flight attendants, the return of “Night Court,” another agency breached in the recent cyber attack, and more.
This Picture Of The Day is for all those times you’ve been forced to prove to a robot that you’re not a robot just to access your own information.
Some thoughts after watching what was likely the final episode ever of “The Amazing Race,” a show my wife and I have loved since it debuted 32 seasons ago.
Some thoughts on the rollout of the first vaccines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, how to get Americans to take the shot, and why the most important word is patience.
Upon hearing of the death of Broadway legend Ann Reinking at 71, I thought of this wonderful scene in Bob Fosse’s movie “All That Jazz,” in which Reinking and Erzsébet Földi dance for Roy Scheider.
Here are a half-dozen quick thoughts that occurred to me while spending yet another Sunday afternoon watching the National Football League.
For the Picture Of The Day, this is Google’s annual Year In Search video for 2020.
My review of a new movie about a wife forced to go on the run with an infant because of something her husband was involved in, starring Rachel Brosnahan (“Mrs. Maisel”) and the most photogenic babies I’ve seen on screen in a very long time.
I have a few questions about the latest Trump-backed lawsuit to overturn the election, which has gotten support from almost half the GOP members of Congress, but which is almost certainly doomed to fail at the Supreme Court.
Quickies on Bob Dylan, the newest Olympic sport, radio promoting local businesses, a welcome renewal for a TV show I’ve enjoyed, and my podcast dilemma.
Now that I’ve had a taste of Tuesday night NFL games, I want more, so here’s how the league should make that happen.
A few thoughts about yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling against Trump, which seems like the 1,000th time his legal geniuses have lost in court, who in aggregate remind me of a Monty Python character.
Here are my memories of doing the morning show at a rock radio station the day after the murder of John Lennon forty years ago.
My review of “Mank,” a new movie starring Gary Oldman as Herman Mankiewicz, the screenwriter of Orson Welles’ classic “Citizen Kane” (now streaming on Netflix). Spoiler Alert: this won’t be on my Best Movies Of 2020 list.