Heat Wave should be required viewing for every Chicagoan. Cold Basement Dramatics’ exceptional production highlights the scarier side of our city’s history – and the resilience of those who survived. Highly Recommended! (read Lauren Whalen's entire review....)
Recommended reading (and doodling): an excerpt from an upcoming translation of Martin Solares‘s How to Draw a Novel, complete with diagrams and squiggling lines. Pair with our own Hannah Gersen‘s look at authors’s methods for drawing and mapping their own novels-in-progress.
Yesterday I penned "The Pop Media Is In Love With Goldman Again, Probably Because They Don't Read The Fine Print", illustrating how quickly the media swallows what a big name brand company throws at them. If you do a Google search in...Show More Summary
After the recommendation goes to top officials next week, it will be up to them to decide whether to file a suit to block the deal [Report] read more
Taking 42% of your votes and recommended by Jezebel back in 2011, the Moving Comfort Fiona is your pick for best sports bra. Read more...
This blogaround brought to you by the smell of black dirt.Recommended Reading:Brendan: [Content Note: Patriarchy; misogynist terrorism] Hackers, Gamers, and CyborgsAli: [CN: Fat hatred; disablism; class warfare] Wellness Programs Are...Show More Summary
If you haven’t already seen it, I can’t recommend Marvel’s new Netflix series Daredevil highly enough. Read the rest
Recommended reading: Our own Nick Ripatrazone writes “In Defense of the Poet Laureate” and about the tension that arises when poetry meets government for the new Literary Hub site.
I’m going to go ahead and declare The Empire Film Podcast my all time favorite film podcast Read the rest
Jared Leto revealed his Suicide Squad "Joker" look on Snapchat today, and, personally, I don't like looking at it. Read more...
Recommended reading: Nick Laird writes about Claudia Rankine‘s National Book Critics Circle Award-winning Citizen: An American Lyric and “A New Way of Writing About Race” for the New York Review of Books.
Guest post by DMartyr This man is a true American hero and patriot. One of the specific recommendations from USNORTHCOM reads, “Minimize your profile by blending into the local community. Limit outward signs of DoD affiliation … Vehicle stickers, home … Continue reading ?
This blogaround brought to you by broccoli.Recommended Reading:Diamond: [Content Note: Police brutality] Survivors of Chicago Police Torture Will Receive ReparationsAndy: [CN: Homophobia] Guam Attorney General Orders Territory to Process...Show More Summary
Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Click through for our picks, and tell us what you’ve been loving in the comments. … Read More
A pre-Playoff reading recommendation for the King. The post Vaguely Literary: LeBron James x Beowulf appeared first on SLAMonline.
Recommended Reading: Tyler Malone’s interview with Tom Muir, the site manager of the Thomas Wolfe memorial.
Now racing game Project Cars is nearing its mid-May release, developer Slightly Mad Studios has confirmed a raft of technical details on its website. First up, the minimum and recommended specs for the PC version: Minimum spec: Read more…
[Content Note: War on agency.]Tara Culp-Ressler at Think Progress: "The Most Creative Ways That Anti-Choice Activists Try to Shut Down Abortion Clinics." Depressing but crucial reading. [Related: Quote of the Day.]
When Electric Literature was no longer releasing their print volumes with five stories each, and were instead focusing on their Recommended Reading project, I had two issues left in my paid subscription. They were kind enough to send me numbers 2 and 3, which I did not yet have. I wanted to make sure I had … Continue reading Book Review: Electric Literature No.2
If you’re looking to live a centenarian lifestyle, you should reach for greens and beans. One of the key takeaways from Dan Buettner’s new book, “The Blue Zones Solution,” is Read More The post Want to Live Past 100? New Book Recommends a Diet Rich in Mostly Plants appeared first on Ecorazzi.