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An English Major Walks Into a Bar…

“Tequila Mockingbird” is a must-have collection for anyone interested in cocktails and literature. Or maybe just cocktails.

Take Flight. Now.

There’s been a lot of media hype about the New York Times new virtual reality collaboration with Google. A few weeks ago, home subscribers of the Times received a Google cardboard VR viewer, for many of us the first opportunity to dive into the emergent

Discomfort and Joy

On the heels of his wildly successful films, “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle,” David O. Russell is debuting his new film, “Joy,” on Christmas Day. Starring his go-to dynamic duo, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, “Joy” is based on the life of Joy Mangano,

Why Doesn’t Anyone Record Squeeze’s Songs?

Even casual music fans are likely familiar Squeeze’s 80’s-era hits like Tempted, Black Coffee in Bed and Pulling Mussels from the Shell (an innocent title for a salacious topic). Those of us inclined to geekdom go quite a bit further, however, practically worshiping the band’s

Let Jeff Goldblum Show You How to Appreciate a Gift

The last in our series of fine holiday adverts comes from Curry’s PC World in the UK, courtesy of Abbott Mead Vickers in London. Jeff Goldblum spins into dry-witted action as a distressed wife tries gamely to hide her disappointment with a Christmas gift. Her