Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews all this can be yours by Isobel O’Hare. (University of Hell Press)
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In this column “Learn to Swim,” Park reviews the book Learn to Swim and thinks about lifelong friendships.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Phantom Thread
As a victim and survivor of a shooting, Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado speaks about the often ignored aspects of mass shootings: the injuries, the damage, the recovery, the trauma. He vows to speak out and joins the Never Again Movement. #NeverAgain
Churchill has been fictionalized to death with 35 Winstons gracing our screen. However, what Gary Oldman has achieved is truly unique.
With McDonald’s set to change the Happy Meal forever, it merely represents the latest step in the Empire’s push toward a more ethical business model.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Fifty Shades Freed
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy by Sue Klebold. (Broadway Books)
In this essay, Briana Loveall deftly illustrates the numerous behaviors and microaggressions that accumulate over time perpetuating a culture of abuse.