The Barbie Liberation Organization was motivated by a singular pursuit: freeing Barbie, G.I. Joe, and their owners from manufactured gender stereotyping.
A circadian novel is one that follows their characters over a 24-hour period. It’s tough to produce, but when done correctly, the results are spectacular.
While the flat-earth theory is new in intensity, it is old in practice. In fact, there are many people to blame. Consider this the definitive list.
Cryptozoology is a strange art form; it’s the study of fictional creatures, but it occasionally comes true.
Cinematic culinary fare is a subtle feast, bringing people together, as well as driving them apart. It pairs well with the food we sneak in to view it.
Even 100 years ago, the movies were about more than just entertainment, with directors challenging social mores and uninformed opinions.
Almost 60 years ago, Lady Chatterley’s Lover brought sex and lust into the courtroom and changed the way we thought about censoring literature.
Today marks 50 years since Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin took that famous small step for all of us. The grip of wonder and confusion still holds me, as it did in 1969.
The fourth wife of Henry VIII, Anne of Cleves, is not well noted in history. She was a stranger in a strange land, a bride of an unconsummated marriage. At least she kept her head.
In celebration of Father’s Day, let’s honor two dads who are far less remembered than their famous children. Typical.