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Though summer isn’t renowned for being the height of good film season, that doesn’t mean we haven’t started to get excited for some forthcoming premiers. We probably won’t be forking over two Chipotle burritos-worth of coinage to see Men in … Continue reading
Geo Margaret Sarah Happy Oscar watching, everyone! More importantly, don’t forget to tell us your picks for the Urchies, and stayed tuned this week for the winners!
Oscar Wilde is one of us. —Biographer Richard Ellmann, on that famed outsider who lived on the outskirts of social acceptance, was reviled and later, much later, revered for it.
Genius is born, not paid. -Oscar Wilde
By Margaret Hedderman When does justice become irrelevant? Is justice simply a synonym for revenge? Would jail time “cure” Roman Polanski? Or has thirty-three years in exile from the United States taught him a lesson? Does not committing (or confessing … Continue reading
*Survey courtesy of Shelf Awareness On your nightstand now: I’d first like to clarify that the term “nightstand” here refers to a stack of storage bins next to my bed. Atop said storage bins reside: GOOD Magazine’s Slow Issue, a … Continue reading
By Margaret Hedderman An urchin is a complex creature of the phylum book-annelida. Upon initial observation, an urchin may appear ill adapted to their environment: elitist, highbrowed, snobbish, eggheaded, sentimental, fluffy, or even… ‘smart.’ Gasp! Regardless of whether the above are … Continue reading
By Geo Ong Everyone in Los Angeles has a screenplay, just as I’m sure everyone in New York has a novel, everyone in high school has a band, and everyone in Paris has a baguette. I’m no different: the last … Continue reading