For the Picture Of The Day, watch two 17-year-old try to figure out how to use a rotary phone, then ask yourself what technology from your parents’ era would have stumped you?
For the Picture Of The Day, Jane Curtin remembers the horror of trying to do a live, primetime edition of “Saturday Night Live” from New Orleans in the middle of Mardi Gras.
If this Picture Of The Day bit of fun from the San Francisco Symphony doesn’t put a smile on your face, have someone check to see if you still have a pulse.
For the Picture Of The Day, let’s take 15 minutes to watch the late, great Ricky Jay show off his skill with cards and con games.
Picture Of The Day: I missed this song parody when it was posted in March — at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis — by a music educator from Pennsylvania. Sadly, 4 months later, it’s still just as relevant and clever.
I always thought Joni Mitchell had written this song for her “Court and Spark” album, until I read an obit today about Annie Ross, who not only wrote it, but recorded it 2 decades before Joni. Here she is performing it on a Hugh Hefner TV show.
For the Picture Of The Day, here are Dave Mason and fellow classic rockers (known collectively as the Quarantines) with an updated-from-home version of his 1968 hit, “Feelin’ Alright.”
This anti-Trump ad about the push to re-open schools in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is one of the best I’ve seen — a serious gut-punch.