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Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Montreal

Hot tip: go to a hotel The majority of restaurants in Montreal close for Christmas Day — and it’s too bad, since nothing helps invoke the holiday spirit like fine wine, foie gras, and not doing the dishes. Yet from brunch to dinner,Show More Summary

Outlander’s season finale climaxes too quickly

There’s a fine line between being a lot of different things at once and simply doing too much. Outlander has long blended genres and woven a narratively complex, centuries-spanning drama. But this season has been an unfocused and overloaded mess. So much has happened and yet nothing at all. The finale tears through… Read more...

Do Not Buy A Fitbit For Someone You Love

You are going to find yourself idling on a fine website like Gizmodo or wandering through some store like Target or Best Buy, and you are going to remember you need to buy a gift for a loved one. You are going to remember, one time, that they said they were feeling unhealthy and wanted a Fitbit. Show More Summary

College Campuses

This semester I’ve had a few opportunities to stop for a second and recognize how much I enjoy being on a college campus. I know that sounds trite and cliche. Fine. Whatever.  I do love college campuses and for some reasons the campus of the University of North Dakota has just made me super happy… Read More ?

Not Your Villain by C.B. Lee

Not Your Villain is the second book in the Sidekick Squad series by C.B. Lee. This YA series is set in a semi-post-apocalyptic future (much has been destroyed, but many areas are still doing fine). In this world, some people have super powers. Show More Summary

Pres. Trump Warned Theresa May, ‘Focus on Radical Islamic Terrorism’, Day After Muslims Arrested in Plot to Assassinate UK PM

The day before President Donald Trump warned British Prime Minister Theresa May, “don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine!”, two Muslim...Show More Summary

Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything: The Random Happy Stuff Edition!

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Why hello there. What's a fine looking humanoid like yourself doing 'round these parts? Just browsing? Looking for your weekly hit of advice from unqualified strangers? Hoping to stumble upon the answer to life's deeper mysteries? WELL THAT'S TOO BAD....

Even GamesBeat can play this Cuphead string arrangement album

GamesBeat doesn’t have a great reputation when it comes to being good at Cuphead (even though I beat it just fine when I was reviewing it). But we really do quite like the challenging side-scroller, and that adoration extends to the run-‘n’-gunner’s soundtrack. The original tunes sound great, but fans have a knack for finding […]

Video: Anglotopia’s Oxford Top 10 – Top Ten Things to See and Do in Oxford

We’ve made a new video, this one more informative than the last few we’ve put out. Fresh from my trip to Oxford last summer, here’s my choice for the top 10 things to see and do if you visit this fine English city. If this video proves...Show More Summary

Sega's pachinko business is struggling, but its games arm is fine

Sega's fiscal year report is in, and it's doing just fine -- in the games department that is. Sega reports that it raked in $44.6 million in profits, and $2.94 billion in sales, down from a profit forecast of $98.1m. The culprit? Pachinko,...Show More Summary

If Stanford won't tolerate Junipero Serra's name on campus, what will it do about Leland Stanford?

To the editor: So, the politically correct activists at Stanford University want to remove St. Junipero Serra’s name from their sanctimonious institute. Fine. (“Stanford can take Junipero Serra's name off its buildings, but it can't purge him from its history,” Opinion, Nov. 30) However, I think...

NBA scores 2017: Why’d we ever doubt the Cavaliers & 8 more things from Thurday

LeBron James and Cleveland are doing just fine. Ha, remember when we were worried? Once, in high school history class, they taught us to be worried about the Cleveland Cavaliers. That was a simpler time, back when you could trust the Cavaliers to be the team they appeared to be. Show More Summary

Everything You Can Do With Fonts in Windows 10

The default fonts that come pre-installed on Windows 10 are fine but ultimately boring. Never settle for Arial, Calibri, Times New Roman, or Verdana unless you truly love and adore them above all other fonts. You deserve better! You can have better. Show More Summary

What Passion Pit Has Been Doing in 2017 + Tour

What's so good? Passion Pit, consisting solely of Michael Angelakos, has been up to one or two things this fine year. Namely, self-releasing his fourth album, Tremendous Sea of Love, two songs from which made it onto Indie Shuffle: "Hey...Show More Summary

What is Travel Insurance? Do I Need Travel Insurance?

I need to confess that for years I traveled without travel insurance. When one of the people on the 2015 Amateur Traveler trip to Morocco didn’t read the fine print that travel insurance […] The post What is Travel Insurance? Do I Need...Show More Summary

How to See The Room Before You See The Disaster Artist

Do you need to see The Room before you see The Disaster Artist? The Vulture consensus seems to be no, the movie stands perfectly fine on its own. But should you decide you need to watch Tommy Wiseau’s opus before checking out the story of its creation, you may find ... More »

Rush Hour to release EPs by Arp Frique and Population One (and a year-end comp [and a South African dance music comp]) next month

As an idiot human who struggles to heave my stupid, unwilling body out of bed every morning just to basically do nothing anyway, I’m genuinely concerned for the fine folks at Rush Hour Music, because they’ve scheduled a December so inconceivably...Show More Summary

The Joy, And Pressure, Of Being A Major Book Critic At The New York Times

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Parul Sehgal has rather a lot to do, and she's fine with that. "I only care about doing the work. I have zero other ambitions. I’m the laziest, least socially ambitious person, ever. And I don’t get off on the punitive power of the critic; you know that brand of critic, the scold, who has […]

WaPo Opinion Piece: Extinction is fine, Climate Change is no big deal

R. Alexander Pyron, a professor of Biology at George Washington University, wrote an OpEd in the Washington Post urging us humans to care much less than we do about species extinction. In the essay he says: …during an expedition … in...Show More Summary

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