I'm not sure, but I think that the point Midnight in Paris (the latest in Woody Allen's remarkable late career streak) was getting at was that getting stuck in the past is no good, especially when you're idealizing a past you never actually experienced.
That said, most of my favorite record ... More >>
Our shiny, golden man is back for the 2012 Academy Awards. Nominees for this year's awards were announced this morning, with a few surprises. We've listed them below, and we're plotting award-time strategy (and perhaps a drinking game). So grab the popcorn and catch up on these flicks before ... More >>
One of these men was "born a poor black child."He may be known best as a "wild and crazy guy," but Steve Martin is the master of more than one craft. In addition to his work as a comedian and actor, Martin is a writer, playwright, and as Rare Bird Alert, his new album with The Steep Canyon Range ... More >>
Being a chef is more than just knowing how to cook. It's about knowing how to manage a restaurant (or other food business) and deal with the public. So we've got a 3-week stint working the front of the house.
Host. Server. Busser. Wine steward. With only 6 of us and an average of 40 lunch covers e ... More >>
Roy Warden addresses the troops, all six of 'em...I confess, I'm drawn to the deep and abiding weirdness of the nativist movement for the same reason I watch televangelists, bird-dog neo-Nazis, and listen to on-air wackjobs like Michael Savage or Glenn Beck. Freaks are fascinating, let's be honest. ... More >>