Ray Ellis is a freelance writer who has been dissecting pop culture and its effect on how we view ourselves for over twenty years, ruffling feathers and dragging unsuspecting pedestrians along for the ride whenever possible.
Two Frenchmen and a Korean walk into Tokyo, and order up three beautifully surreal visions of the island city.
Cinco de Mayo heralds the beginning of summer and tequila - at least in Dallas.
Wherein childhood memories meet eighties television.
When an actor rises above his material, that's great acting. That pretty much sums up Sidney Poitier.
We are influenced by the blues. Here's a couple of reminders.
This DVD inspires us to say, "Yes we can."
It’s heartening to know that some element of magic remains to remind us that it wasn’t such a bad year after all.
If you're not watching the Watchmen yet, you will be. Here's a good vantage point.
Will Jack Bauer's extended holiday save Day Seven, or is Jack finally doomed to failure?
Forty years later, this collection revives the legend of Creedence.