In case you haven’t heard the news, take note: MADtv just premiered a reboot of the diversity-rich, alt-comedy answer to Saturday Night Live on The CW. So in honor of the new MADtv’s premiere earlier this month, let’s take a stroll down memory lane circa
Though Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il don’t actually appear in person in the new feature-length documentary Under the Sun (now playing in select cities), they are very much omnipresent throughout. Their images are emblazoned everywhere in Pyongyang, North Korea: classrooms, factories, subway murals, and even
Millennials may recognize Albert Brooks as the voice of the over-protective clownfish Marlin in Finding Nemo (2003) and Finding Dory (2016), but to GenX-ers like myself Brooks is a post-modern comedian — on par with Steve Martin and Chevy Chase — who made memorable turns
Somebody, somewhere once said that humans are meant to go through life two-by-two. That may or may not be true; but finding a partner – for life or even sometimes a lot less – sure does take up a lot of our time. So let’s
CultureSonar talked with Sarah Lohman about her website Four Pounds Flour, in anticipation of her book Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine coming out in December 2016. How and when did Four Pounds Flour come about? I launched my blog in December, 2008.