The transformative, yet oft-ignored jazz wizard Thelonius Monk is in the Google chair this week. Get better acquainted with genius, Daddy-o.
Seeking inspiration from Reddit is like bathing with a toaster, but we’re doing it anyway.
Jesse Valencia discusses Federale’s latest album All the Colours of the Dark and has an exclusive interview with Collin Hegna.
Paris Portingale continues his talks with famous people from history: Paris meets The Wright Brothers and they get pissed (read: pissed drunk).
Book Review: Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Chuck Klosterman’s But What If We’re Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past.
Reddit is an Island upon itself. Unfortunately, it’s more Gilligan than Treasure. This week we’re shipwrecked with rampant death and horrible advice. You know, the usual.
The term “Kafkaesque” is bandied about the round table of discussion, but what the hell does it mean? And what of the man’s body of work?
Paris Portingale continues his talks with famous people from history: Paris meets Benedict Arnold.
As American comedian and actor Arj Barker prepares to embark on his three-month, Australian stand-up comedy tour, he takes time to talk with The Big Smoke.