In “Oh Teacher,” the second Oswald the Lucky Rabbit short, spoken words become living creatures!
A brandy and soda, some good tunes, what could be finer to while away a cold winter’s night?
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We continue exploring our pal Charlie Martin’s 10 recommendations, here’s the sixth. What do you think?
Clint Eastwood’s powerful film has some important lessons to teach about the sacrifices made by our nation’s military men and women.
And what’s the deal with these giant size smart phones and “phablets”?
Allen Barton’s new play Disconnection is much more provocative than P.T. Anderson’s The Master.
Link Byfield: Countercultural right up to the end.
Five photos and a video with the Siberian Husky. Can YOU do better? Tweet your sunrise/sunset and pet shots to @DaveSwindlePJM on Twitter.
We begin with looking at Disney’s pre-Mickey era, when he and Ub Iwerks sold Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons to universal.
Sympathy for the Devil.
Here in the Northeast, come tomorrow morning, I am about to find myself arse-deep in about two feet of “Global Warming.” So, perhaps some “winter music” to dull the edge a bit?
Wizard Wars applies the American Idol format to sleight-of-hand and features Penn and Teller.
The newest course from Prager University features a provocative historical argument from Anthony Esolen, an English Literature professor at Providence College.