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Just after April Fools’ Day in 1922, Hermann Rorschach, a psychologist who used a collection of symmetrical inkblots to treat patients with manic depression and schizophrenia, died of appendicitis in Herisau, Switzerland, at the age of 37. Show More Summary
It’s bizarrely difficult to watch Fifty Shades Darker without spending a lot of time thinking about Dakota Johnson’s mother, Melanie Griffith. The movie itself invites these comparisons, when it has Johnson’s character Anastasia Steele,...Show More Summary
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have managed to get back to the studio. The two former Beatles reunited for a recording session, with Starr posting a photograph on Twitter Sunday of the moment the two surviving members of the hugely influential group had come together. Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass. Show More Summary
Death defying guardian angel encounters gone awry gets us started on this week’s Plus+ exclusive. We then move into the linguistics of death, past life memories gone wrong, and an old magician’s final trick. This episode is EXCLUSIVE to Plus+ members. To join, click HERE. Topics Suspect in...
Donald Trump devotee Gene Huber’s gushing CNN interview about the president has been given an Eminem twist. Over the weekend, Twitter user @BeardedGenius remixed parts of Huber’s effusive comments about Trump over the Detroit rapper’s...Show More Summary
What do Madonna, Liam Gallagher and Robbie Williams have in common? They all made a scene (and global headlines) at the BRITs. The BRIT Awards with MasterCard has given us some of the most memorable moments in music history. Scrap that, in pop culture history. Show More Summary
Introducing #TinyTrump: The moving picture sequel. Internet users collectively LOL’ed last week when Photoshopped images of a miniaturized version of President Donald Trump going about his daily business went viral. YouTube channel Evil...Show More Summary
Right-wing talk-show host Rush Limbaugh claims any legislative success President Barack Obama enjoyed during his first year in office was because of the color of his skin. “You have the first African-American president. You have everybody...Show More Summary
D avid Longstreth's recent comments on Instagram regarding the decay of the concept of indie rock are as valid a critique that I've yet read on the past decade-plus of Western music culture.
Bristol-by-London label Crazylegs have been doing the Lord's work for years, bridging divisions between club tribes by promoting their Utopian vision for a dance world where all genres can blend and get play. This holistic approach has led them to release some unclassifiable, amazing, and immortal music, a trend they aim to continue with Sega Bodega's imminent Ess B EP.
Click here for reuse options! Many high-profile Trump critics are fine with Trump as long as he’s bashing Middle Eastern bad guys. There are roughly two categories of resistance to President Donald Trump that have emerged over the past few months. Show More Summary
Short-term, high-interest lender Wonga was one of Britain's most controversial and fastest-growing businesses. The government forced it to write off hundreds of millions of pounds in loans in 2014 and Wonga's CEO and founder left the...Show More Summary
Episode 407 of I'll Drink to That! was released recently, and it features sommelier Larry Stone of the Lingua Franca winery and LS Vineyards, both in Oregon. This is a return to I'll Drink to That! for Larry Stone, who appeared in episode 172 back in 2014. Show More Summary
In his 1974 interview with ABC News, science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke painted a picture of how computers would change our way of life by the year 2001. One of his many extraordinarily accurate predictions: “Any businessman, any executive, could live almost anywhere on Earth and still do his business through a device like...
Matt writes: With this year's Oscar telecast just around the corner, RogerEbert.com has compiled a round-up of award prognostications into one of its latest Thumbnails installments. Join in the debate with writers such as Indiewire's...Show More Summary
By establishing organisations and networks to represent their interests in European politics, female migrants are amplifying their voices and dismantling barriers to women's political empowerment.
Hidden Folks, the new Where’s Waldo? inspired seek and find game is a beautiful gem. With 14 hand drawn areas and hundreds of people to find, it’s amazing to play. Really nice on the iPad Pro as well. What makes this game even more special...Show More Summary
In this video, I’ll show you how to rank YouTube videos using SEO tactics that work extremely well. You may have heard from top YouTubers that there has been some kind of algorithm update or something that has hurt many channels in terms of views, subscribers, and revenue. The thing about these algorithm updates is […]