This post will contain plenty of spoilers from the Deadwood movie, so I don’t want to hear any complaints from you hoopleheads. Like many of you, I waited with great anticipation for the Deadwoo
Twenty years ago today, The Sopranos debuted. Crazy. That’s the beginning of the revolution in television and what a reengineering of the genre it has been.
The first episode of the new show “Who Is America?” doesn’t live up to the hype from the Earth-shaking NRA sketch. Blogmate Simon Balto brought your attention to the viral video th
This is the grave of Fred Rogers. Born in 1928 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, easily the best thing to ever come out of that town and that VERY MUCH includes Rolling Rock, he went to Dartmouth in 1946 and
Above: The student body at Carlisle Indian School, 1885, which evidently was not part of the Gilded Age I was pretty excited last night. PBS’ American Experience was premiering its new two-hour
I haven’t seen The Crown. My wife likes it but then she likes all of what I derisively call “That British shit,” by which I mean the boring, middlebrow movies probably starring Judi
For all the attention that, say, Chapo Trap House and that sort of leftist bro-garbage gets, we should probably be paying more attention to the vileness of Sinclair Media, which is forcing local broad
Smithsonian magazine revisits the political satire of 1960’s children’s show Rocky and Bullwinkle. I’ve been doing some research into children’s media these days (as you can