I couldn’t help but post some snarky live-tweets during Sunday night’s Oscars telecast, and I’ve compiled them all here.
Greg Bardsley explains why we should throw ticker tape parades for (and sing the praises of) scientists who worked on COVID-19 vaccines while the rest of us freaked out.
For the Picture Of The Day, here are Benedict Cumberbatch, Olivia Colman, Matt Berry, and Alan Carr reading some of the funniest entries from the annual Letters Live fundraiser.
Since I’ve written about all the other “Jeopardy!” guest hosts, I suppose I should say something about the current clue-giving temp, Anderson Cooper.
On Earth Day, Disney+ is streaming a new four-part National Geographic docu-series, “Secrets of the Whales.” Here’s my review.
A few of my thoughts on Derek Chauvin being found guilty for the murder of George Floyd.
Some thoughts on President Biden’s announcement that the United States will withdraw all remaining troops from Afghanistan on September 11th.
I am happy to say my wife and I have received our second coronavirus vaccinations, thus making us eligible to take part in America’s hot new conversational game: Are You Immune? Click to see how you can play!
To watch the latest in a famous UK documentary series, my wife signed up for a trial of streaming service BritBox, which led me to discover an art form that was once very popular on American primetime TV — and should be again.
As a followup to a piece I wrote Friday, here’s more on my love-hate relationship with the recently-sold Tivoli movie theater in St. Louis — and a couple of very basic reasons I don’t foresee returning to it anytime soon.
If this Picture Of The Day doesn’t put a smile on your face, please consult a physician. The group is Salut Salon.
Quickies about supermarkets with olive bars, meals that are “made with love,” and a word that is never involved in food we prepare at home.
If you’re looking for something to watch, here are three documentaries I’ve enjoyed recently, including some very funny women, a last bastion of a once-huge company, and how COVID-19 affected a cruise ship full of people.
Quickies on cancel culture, blanket pardons, subatomic particles, corporate politics, and the loss of a treasured St. Louis institution.
Here’s my review of a new sci-fi movie about a bunch of young people on a mission to colonize a new planet several decades from now — if they can just get there in one piece.