Vulture wonders if it’s possible to make V.C. Andrews’ Petals on the Wind an artful movie.
A critique of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ A Case for Reparations, co-signed by TNC himself.
Do you have a great deal of money? Well, here are some literary homes you can buy right now.
Lady puts pins and needles into food at Calgary grocery store; sues grocery store for making her feel bad about it.
Why every movie lover needs to own David Thomson’s New Biographical Dictionary of Film.
“Then one night in the shower I discovered that my left testicle was the size and density of a small Cadbury Creme Egg. The doctor told me my testicle needed to come out immediately; it was malignant as hell.”
“Instead of watching “Mad Men” or the Super Bowl or the Oscars or a presidential debate, you can simply scroll through someone else’s live-tweeting of it, or read the recaps the next day. Our cultural canon is becoming determined by whatever gets the most clicks.”
Not trying to get our hopes up, but.