Day: March 7, 2018

A Solemn Goodnight to All

On this day in history, legendary director Stanley Kubrick passed away in 1999. He’s known for films such as The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Full Metal Jacket. His work, decades later, still influences pop culture, cinema, television, and a broad spectrum of media. I’m snowed

Asking for a Friend: How to be a Less Shitty Person (Part 1)

Today’s Daily Prompt is Fact. This is a sort of follow-up to my “debriefing” article that I posted on my blog on Monday. How well do you know yourself? Why do you do what you do? Do you know why you make the choices that you do? Could you reveal

Lovers Over the Telephone: “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

If you live in the Northeast United States, this is a great time to stay inside by the fire and call your sweetie. Or your grandmother. Call anyone! On this day in history in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone. I’m going to call one of my friends in

Alice Bag, Kathleen Hanna And Allison Wolfe Are A Riot Grrrl ‘9 To 5′ In The Music Video ’77’

“77” parodies the feminist classic film 9 to 5. It’s a workplace wonder that crosses over into the punk underground. Read the Bust article below the video player! Source: Alice Bag, Kathleen Hanna And Allison Wolfe Are A Riot Grrrl ‘9 To 5′ In The Music Video ’77’

Thundersnow Doesn’t Stop NYC Schools, Remain Open

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Public Schools were open Wednesday as a nor’easter arrived in New York City. The storm was set to turn up notch just for when the kids get out of school. It wasn’t exactly the news P.S. 154 elementary students in Mott Haven section of the Bronx

Nor’easter Two: Those Without Power, Hit Twice

NORTHEAST, U.S. — Another blizzard is hitting the northeast. Snowfall began early yesterday to the dismay of tens of thousands of local residents that lost power during the last one. A State of Emergency has been called in many places so — if possible — try to stay off the streets during this

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