S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Road Warrior,” Park talks about his commute via Greyhound bus, and its crazed driver.
Ernest Fisk may have been the man that sent the first wireless message from England to Australia, but he was also a shameless self-promoter and wanted to open communication with the dead.
Jason Arment reviews Luz, a supernatural horror film by Tilman Singer that pays homage to horror films that have come before. (Yellow Veil Pictures)
The concept of China’s singular state may grate Western sensibilities, but if you consider their past, it is the only way forward.
As we send our kids to their screens and out of our hair, it’s best we protect ourselves against “accidental” in-game purchases.
Chris Dupuy was writing about boxing and recent ring deaths when the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton occurred. The events coalesced into this powerful piece about violence and our current state of affairs.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Book of X by Sarah Rose Etter. (Two Dollar Radio)
Accused sex trafficker and friend to the powerful, Jeffrey Epstein, has died by apparent suicide. The internet is not convinced.
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding takes part-time work at Lake Forest Hospital (where he bumps into Bears) and he also performs in Camelot.