The overgrown grasses and pokeweed brushed me as I rode by on my bike -- elevated train tracks to my left, construction of the next phase of the Atlanta BeltLine ("Belty") to my right. Cars whizzed by as I turned down a side street to...Show More Summary
"You really understand Rockwell’s work in a whole new way when you realize he grew up on the West Side. He formed a view of the world that can be traced right back to 103rd Street. You’ve got to imagine he was struck by the great disparities of wealth in New York City even then, and that awareness stuck with him through his career. Show More Summary
By Seth Mnookin It was roughly halfway into a Saturday evening flight from Miami to Boston when I began to wonder if I was going to survive the night. What had started as a sharp pain on the right side of my abdomen now felt as if my gut was being hacked at with a phalanx of rusty chisels. Show More Summary
My previous Air Canada flights were operated by 787s, so I was excited to see how the 777 compared. I boarded through the forward door, and was pointed to the far aisle, since I was seated on the right side of the plane. Air Canada's...Show More Summary
Screenwriter John Ridley, rightfully so, has been rather busy since winning an Academy Award for 12 Years a Slave. The director of Jimi: All Is by My Side is currently producing American Crime on ABC, working on a Marvel television series, and is set to direct a film about the L.A. Show More Summary
Julianne Hough, her three sisters, and her mom are having an extremely hardcore vacation right now in Mexico, as evidenced by some recent photos that show a couple of them yakking off the side of a boat. My ladies, what happens in Cabo literally never stays in Cabo! Read more...
Spoilers ahead It was hard not to watch this episode without the background music of "Right Back To Where We Started From" by Maxine Nightingale (side note: it's my go-to karaoke song). We are back to the culinary capital where it all...Show More Summary
[...] phone booth on the right side). This weekend there was their yearly Harvest Festival (click to read all about it from my post last year!) and in the beautiful tree lined alley in the middle of the city, they had [...]
The book is: Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right. Also by the same author: The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned Into a War on American Ideals. Here is my version of recent American political history: Everyone in America knows…
"If they want to be elected as president, if they want my vote and the vote of millions of struggling voters here, they need to get on the right side of history and show me that they're standing by us in our fight for $15 an hour and union rights." The post Charleston Workers March For Higher Wages Outside The Democratic Debate appeared first on ThinkProgress.
If you had asked my 9-year-old self to name a favorite vegetable side dish, you probably would have been treated to some sort of smart aleck answer, like, “Potato chips! Potatoes are vegetables, right?” I can’t guarantee that the grown-up version of myself won’t fire off a smart alecky response once in awhile, but I […]
Folks! Pre-order my latest article of showbiz history by hitting the PayPal Donate tab on the right hand side of the screen (if viewing on your phone, scroll down and click 'web version'). Suggested donation is anything above five dollars. Show More Summary
Science points to sleeping position in inducting different kinds of dream states. Original published by Van Winkle's, a new website dedicated to smarter sleep & wakefulness, published by Casper. I begin my night on my back and wake up on my left side, knees tucked up toward my chest in the morning. Show More Summary
If you care to click the paypal button on the right side of the screen (you'll have to switch to desktop version if you're viewing on your phone), I will send you a deleted section from my book! It's all about the seminal early 1960s NBC satirical comedy program That Was the Week That Was. Show More Summary
4.58 / 5 Stars | 1329 Reviews by SALSIEPIE "A new recipe a neighbor gave us. What a hit with my family. Just the right mixture of garlic and cashews with our favorite side dish, broccoli. And, so very easy to make!! If in a pinch, you could probably use frozen broccoli too, but I haven't tried." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Okay, so. I hate ants. Hate. Hate. My realistic side knows the fact that I have ants in my house right now has more to do with the heat, humidity and rain than my house being messy or full of crumbs (otherwise they’d be in my kitchen, right?). I have been using a spray that... Read More »
As I walk up to the Egyptian Theatre, “Saint/Sinner” wristband in tow, I survey the scene for the world premiere of Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival. To my right, the red carpet is crowded with stars and caged on either side by painted vintage signs that read “The Magician” and “The Tamer”. To my left, a […]
Couples typically get married because they want it to last. If they didn’t, there would be no point, right? When you make a commitment before God to stand by someone’s side until you are parted by death, my guess is you plan on being with them for a really long time. So what are the essential Keep Reading ?
The politicians look stern. The old veterans preen. The young soldiers wonder why they had to give up a holiday weekend to march with some old guys. In my last blog, I mentioned Hillary and politicians doing right by the troops when no one is watching. Show More Summary
Strange how life can throw us a curve and suddenly we are immersed in a world we knew nothing of. In my case it was eye trouble. I think it started when I was bitten on my right temple by a very large wasp. The side of my head swelled...Show More Summary