In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Hereditary
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding tells the story about joining the Navy during the height of the Vietnam War.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Tetra: A Graphic Novel by Malcolm Mc Neill. (Stalking Horse Press)
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “High Hopes,” Park remembers how he found his calling: marijuana cultivation.
Doesn’t it feel like there’s been a huge surge of unsolicited phone calls lately? Paris Portingale offers a couple of scripts for how to answer those in the future.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
John S. Blake reflects on this Fourth of July and reviews the current state of affairs and questions our definition of what it means to be independent and American.
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding tells the story about his first car and all the elbow grease (and the detailed costs) that went into it.
Can I still enjoy the Ramones? Does punk rock have an age limit and am I past it? Chris Dupuy learns that it’s never too late for punk rock to save us all.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews You Were Never Really Here by Jonathan Ames. (Pushkin Press)