Friday , November 27 2020

Search Results for: Jeff Burger

Blogcritics on 24: Day 5

Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer — gaunt and with close-cropped hair, as if the accumulated weight of his frought past was all the baggage his frame could bear — returns from the (presumed) dead in season five of the hit “clock” series 24 to take on ruthless “Central Asian” (read “Chechen”) …

Read More »

Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit, Sept 11-13

This is big time stuff: the Future of Music Policy Summit, now in its fifth year, brings top-notch experts together with musicians, attorneys, advocates and policymakers to explore emerging music/technology issues through panels, guest speakers and robust debate, September 11-13 at George Washington University in Washington, DC. Over the course …

Read More »

Blogcritics On Election 2004 Aftermath

The 2004 presidential election is has come and gone. The nation is deeply and starkly divided on the road ahead on any number of issues. We will continue our running compilation of our election-aftermath posts – watch it unfold here and come back often for updates: Chief justice is plum …

Read More »

SpongeBob Squarepants Movie Bubbles Up Next Week

(click pic for four, count ’em four, trailers) The Bob is coming NEXT WEEK. Yes, the SpongeBob Squarepants Movie opens November 19 and the spigots of publicity are fully open. Even reclusive marine biologist-turned-animator Stephen Hillenburg is talking, at least to the NY Times. The cool, indie-rocking movie soundtrack is …

Read More »

Oscar Back Tomorrow

The Academy Awards are tomorrow night – are you “grippped by award fever” as this BBC story suggests? I didn’t think so. However, after taking many years off in my young adulthood, I do find myself interested in the results, to a certain extent, but moreso of the awards shows …

Read More »

Is Humor At the Center of Islamist Antipathy Toward the West?

Jefferson Chase thinks so: It is no accident that ideas like these should be put forth in a German journal. Germans are not as humorless as stereotypes would have it, but German nationalism was characterized historically, from its inception in the mid-18th century to the end of the Nazi catastrophe, …

Read More »