Dhananjay Kumar Singh lives in India and shares what Yoga means to him on a daily basis—a way to relax himself, relieve stress, and declutter his mind.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Jacob’s Ladder (HBO Max)
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, thinking about prayer and the Palouse.
Elected officials invite voters to attend “hearings” about how they should spend taxpayers’ money, but then never listen to what their constituents say.
Joseph Edwin Haeger interviews Jeff Chon, the author of Hashtag Good Guy With a Gun, published by and available now through Sagging Meniscus Press.
In his latest Hello America, From Australia, Matthew Reddin praises vaccination efforts in California, and questions the resumption of cruise ships in Florida.
James Jay Edwards reviews In the Heights, a musical drama film based on the stage musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes. (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Sean Davis makes a case for why the British Royal Family shouldn’t be called “racist” … because they deserve to be called far worse.
Dhananjay Kumar Singh lives in India and shares what his life has been like there during COVID. He also includes two poems about COVID and being in lockdown.
James Jay Edwards reviews The Amusement Park, a psychological thriller film, thought to be lost, directed and edited by George A. Romero. (Shudder)