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For today’s Picture Of The Day, a bunch of sheltering-at-home choral singers from Vancouver, Canada, perform a Billy Joel classic, with lyrics customized for the coronavirus crisis.
The newest addition to my Movies You Might Not Know list is “Nightcrawler,” a 2014 drama with Jake Gyllenhaal as a creep who shoots crime footage at night and sells it to Rene Russo for her morning news show. Here’s my review.
With the deaths of Little Richard last weekend and Tom Snyder in 2007, it’s delightful to look back at this perfect amalgam of a great broadcaster and a great entertainer, from a 1997 broadcast of “The Late Late Show.”
The crowds of people who showed up at these businesses over the weekend prove what I have said before and will say again: we are not all in this together.
Today’s Picture Of The Day is funny and relatable in any language.
This op-ed agrees with my earlier pieces saying people who protest against lockdowns have a moral duty to forgo medical care in favor of those who followed the rules.
Gaming commissions and control boards are coming up with plans for how casinos and poker rooms in Las Vegas, St. Louis, and elsewhere might reopen — but I remain very skeptical. Read on.
Here’s Crow with a quarantine version of the best song I’ve ever heard about day drinking. Keep your eye on the guy playing the lap steel guitar.
After discovering I had reached the maximum number of permissible “friends” on Facebook, I’ve recently begun purging some. Here are some of the criteria for those decisions.
Watch his appearance on Seth Meyers’ show earlier this week as proof that Lane continues to be a Money In The Bank guest.
My review of the latest Netflix standup special from one of the best comedians of his — or any — generation.
Need something to watch? Here are the ten best dance sequences I have ever seen on film — from solos to duos to ensembles, spanning more than eight decades of movies.
Mike Pence’s announcement about disbanding the coronavirus task force seems a little premature — until you look at what else he announced today. Read on.
For several weeks, we’ve seen a well-deserved outpouring of support for our “front line workers.” But will we offer them anything more than mere gestures? Here are my thoughts.
An update (with some good news) on a piece I wrote three weeks ago regarding millions of gallons of milk and millions of pounds of produce that are being destroyed because farmers have no one to sell them to.
My thoughts on whether poker players would return to live games if the tables were redesigned to have plexiglass between and in front of all the participants.
All this sheltering-at-home — combined with a high pollen count — has created some serious cabin fever, so we got out of the house and went for a drive through Lone Elk Park. Here’s the story.
With the death of National Lampoon co-founder Matty Simmons at 93, I’ve dug up three things from my archives related to the original magazine and its movie spin-offs.