Ben Tanzer ponders rituals and routines during these times and how they can help promote positive thinking and also encourage more productivity.
While Donald Trump left office with the lowest approval ratings ever, I don’t think the Capitol riot should be his only legacy. He’s got so many additional losses to chalk, too.
James Jay Edwards reviews Psycho Goreman, a science-fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Steven Kostanski. (Shudder)
As America turns the page on a dark period, Christy Powers contemplates fresh chances for honest change and renewed hope for our country.
Prior to 2016, the Republicans were steered by a man who sold himself to elect kings and build a party. That deal with the devil did not survive Donald Trump.
S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Down Any Street,” Park talks pot smoking, higher education, and dreams.
Caitlin Johnstone has a dream that all artists everywhere dedicate their powers in service of humanity, and walk away from any jobs that peddle or protect evildoing.
James Jay Edwards reviews One Night in Miami…, a film that imagines the historic meeting of Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke. (Amazon Prime)
In Linda Rand’s latest Pandemic Diaries entry “In the Body,” she talks about how her thoughts and feelings regarding her body have changed over the years.
Sean Davis examines the events in DC on January 6th and hopes that history will not only capture all of the facts, but the nuance in every ironic detail that unfolded.