A star is born. For the Picture Of The Day, this is Amanda Gorman, the National Youth Poet Laureate (and first to hold that title), reciting her work “The Hills We Climb” at Joe Biden’s inauguration today.
A tribute to the theatrical troupe that’s closing up shop after forty years of poking fun at politicians and other newsmakers with song parodies and Lirty Dies. That’s not a typo, as you’ll see when you click here.
Picture Of The Day: I don’t sit through most commercials, but the very clever Dr. Rick series of ads for Progressive Insurance never fails to put a smile on my face. Here are four of my favorites.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid on how the domestic terrorists who attacked the Capitol today would have been treated if they were Black.
For the first Picture Of The Day of 2021, let’s start with something that has nothing to do with current events, but should put a smile on your face.
Here’s one of the ballsiest things I’ve ever seen on television. It’s a Christmas song Tim Minchin wrote specifically for a British TV chat show — but after he performed it, management refused to air it.
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.
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.