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No More Bands From Brooklyn

God tried to kill Brooklyn with a hurricane. Does God hate "New Brooklyn" bands, too? Read More »

Book Review: Weiwei-isms by Ai Weiwei

Weiwei-isms is a pocket-sized reminder of what it is to be human and bear true witness to the world we live in. Read More »

Book Review: How to Tell a Story and Other Essays by Mark Twain

This Hail Mary play holds up well with some modern accompaniments. Read More »

Book Review: Thoreau in His Own Time: A Biographical Chronicle of His Life, Edited by Sandra Harbert Petrulionis

Henry David got a bad rap! Thoreau in His Own Time revises that. Read More »

Book Review: The Age of Movies: Selected Writings of Pauline Kael edited by Sanford Schwartz

The world of movie criticism may never again meet as formidable an adversary. Read More »

Book Review: I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts: Drive-by Essays on American Dread, American Dreams by Mark Dery

Cultural criticism with a bite Read More »

Book Review: Welcome to Wisteria Lane: On America’s Favorite Desperate Housewives, Edited by Leah Wilson

Think Desperate Housewives is a superficial show? Think again. Read More »

Book Review: Sci-Fi Savant by Glenn Erickson

Lively collection of essays about science fiction movies culled from 13 years of on-line criticism by one of the web's finest reviewers. Read More »

Was Rebecca Black’s Song “Friday” That Bad?

Did Rebecca Black and her song "Friday" deserve such harsh criticism? Read More »

Satire, and the Absence of It

The power of satire, and the lack of it in today's world. Read More »