Watching Fiona Apple have unmitigated fun while performing is a rare opportunity: in concert — and especially performing her album The Idler Wheel — she channels the emotional rawness of her albums in what always looks like a self-flagellating internal battle. …Read More
So sayeth Mitch McConnell in this hard-hitting interview with Tiger Beat on the Potomac: Asked about the improving economy, McConnell scoffed: Business leaders tell him they have “a hard time finding people to do the work because they’re doing too good with food stamps, Social Security and all the rest.” Rather than cut deals like […]
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This is the future forest giant under whose shade poets, lovers and idlers will lie. The post Even Future Forest Giants Start Small appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It’s been seven months since Bungie launched Destiny, a video game in which players travel the galaxy recreating the myth of Sisyphus, and this whole time, one of the game’s biggest issues has been idlers—people who log into strikes or PVP battles, put down their controllers, and let other players do all the work. Read more...
1. The Diving Bell And The Butterfly, Jean-Dominique Bauby A note to idlers and procrastinators everywhere: The next time you think you don’t have the energy to “deal,” think of Jean-Dominique Bauby, the French writer who wrote his memoir by using only his left eyelid. Show More Summary
What the author of the Idler's Glossary accomplished in 2014.
From Tom Hodgkinson, Idler Academy Q. I have started my own academy where adults can learn skills such as ukulele, philosophy and calligraphy. This venture has every appearance of success: it… Continue reading The post Dear Mary: Tom Hodgkinson asks how to earn more money appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Are We There stands alongside the likes of Benji, The Idler Wheel, and Hospice as one of the most affecting, unfiltered musical works of the past several years. Read more articles like "Review: Sharon Van Etten, Are We There" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
I've been thinking about the "ethical idlers" objection to non-naturalism recently, especially in light of Matt Bedke's really interesting forthcoming paper “A Menagerie of Duties?: Normative Judgments are not Beliefs about Non-Natural Properties”. Show More Summary
Apropos of [Ryan Avent Is Very Unhappy with Clive Crook’s Review of Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”](http://equitablegrowth.org/2014/04/21/morning-must-read-ryan-avent-unhappy-clive-crooks-review-pikettys-capital-twenty-first-century/), The Idler makes a good catch. Show More Summary
Aiken looks to unseat Renee Ellmers, a Tea Party Republican, in the state’s 2nd Congressional District, a conservative one. The entertainer tried to position himself as a political outsider who wants to change Washington by giving a voice to people in need. “I’m not a politician,” he said in a video on his campaign website. […]
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What the author of The Idler’s Glossary accomplished in 2013.
September 1943. "A Greyhound bus trip from Louisville, Kentucky, to Memphis, Tennessee. Idlers in front of the bus stop between Memphis and Chattanooga." Photo by Esther Bubley for the Office of War Information. View full size.
“Jill Clayburgh” (season one, episode 15; originally aired 2/28/1975) Once in a while, watching someone host an old episode of Saturday Night Live can just fill you with regret that you never got to see more of that person. Not thatShow More Summary
It’s been a week since Fiona Apple released her Paul Thomas Anderson-directed music video for “Hot Knife.” Sadly, the video isn’t a new single off an upcoming album, but a reminder of her 2012 release The Idler Wheel… Here’s to hoping! Just when we thought she would fade back into the woodwork of the “mysterious artist” facade, she [...]Show More Summary
Dan MonickFiona Apple did pretty much all anyone could have asked in 2012. Starting with a tense but triumphant comeback show at SXSW, she proceeded to release a stellar new record with The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do [...]
The music video for Fiona Apple’s passionate love song Hot Knife, from her excellent 2012 album The Idler Wheel… The video was directed by filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson (There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights, Punch Drunk Love).
The great, reclusive Fiona Apple just announced Anything We Want: An Evening with Fiona Apple & Blake Mills, meaning she will be back out in public for the month of October. Mills is a singer-songwriter who worked on Idler Wheel with Fiona; the tour will include both old and unreleased... More »