Back when the original Star Trek series had its run, a young, twenty-something Paris Portingale tried to join the writing team … below is his long lost submission.
With Kobe Bryant putting down the basketball and picking up the quill, we got our own scribe, Loretta Barnard, to analyze his farewell poem.
As researchers recently witnessed firsthand the rare devouring of a star, they are now closer to understanding the physics of black holes. Satirist Paris Portingale relates the same phenomenon regarding his son.
A musician reflects on the attacks in Paris where a friend was shot twice and other acts of violence at music events and implores us to not allow terrorism or hatred to win.
In this week’s Know who you’re Googling, Loretta Barnard unfurls the crushed genius of Billie Holiday.
Michael B. Jordan Shines in Creed. The seventh movie in the Rocky franchise opens in theaters nationwide this Wednesday, November 25th, and it pulls all the right punches.
A Big Smoke reader discusses the problems he faced when feelings of jealousy and betrayal crept into his open relationship.
Kate Turner’s number-one pet peeve is people who chew loudly, and according to a scientific study, it makes her a genius.
Why the world needs one more Daniel Craig Bond film after Spectre.