My review of a new movie starring Aubrey Plaza as a woman who can’t find a good-paying job, but is so desperate to pay off her college loans she agrees to pull off some illegal acts.
My review of a new documentary about drive-in movie theaters, which bucked the trend by thriving during the pandemic, but are having a tougher time staying alive now.
Not only did Trump illegally have top secret documents at Mar-A-Lago, he also charged the FBI agents — who stayed there all day collecting boxes of stolen paperwork — a $45 resort fee. It was added to the bill for their convenience.
I’m back from another trip to Vegas with stories about an amazing chip trick, a different kind of survey squad on the street, two restaurants I’d never been to, and a bunch of people just standing around.
Now that Serena Williams has announced her impending “evolution” from tennis, I look forward to stories of her new life as a suburban mom who just happens to dominate the pickleball courts.
Maureen Dowd wrote a piece a few days ago about why Joe Biden should not run for re-election in 2024. But she left out the most important part.
I enjoyed the hell out of this Alonzo Bodden special and wish he’d get more respect (and a nice payday) from the big streaming services. See if you agree.
The latest addition to my Movies You Might Not Know list is a comedy about an eccentric Brit who stole a valuable painting from England’s National Gallery Of Art in 1960. Here’s my review.
Quickies on HBO Max’s Joanne Woodward/Paul Newman documentary series, using the phrase “experienced sports bettor,” a complaint about Venmo, and a boy in a coma.
I’m not a baseball fan, but upon hearing of the death of broadcasting legend Vin Scully at 94, I’ve reposted this piece I wrote about him in 2013.
Seeing Pat Benatar in concert again last night, I had the same question as when I first saw her 42 years ago: “How does such a huge sound come out of someone that small?” Here’s my review.