Could ‘Parasite’ Make Best Picture History? Bong Joon Ho and Song Kang Ho On The Hit Movie Shattering Every Expectation

BONG: Well, for example, you remember the moment—and this is a spoiler—where the original housekeeper comes back in the rainy night, and her face is full of cuts and bruises? The movie never fully explains that, but I have two or three stories already about that in my mind. Also, there’s a very strange relationship […]

Elizabeth Cook Is as Country as Cornbread. On Her New Album, She Becomes a Rock Star

In fairness, the Wildwood, Florida, native, who released a 2002 major-label debut titled Hey Y’all, took a bold step away from Nashville sounds on 2016’s Exodus of Venus, a collection of edgy blues-rock and atmospheric ballads. But Cook, with her distinctly Southern voice and homespun lyricism, remains closely associated with the genre. She’s a favorite […]

Megan McKenna snubs TOWIE 10-year reunion as she shifts focus onto music career

Sharing the clip on Instagram, Megan penned: “FightCovid19 Changing the lyrics to my song ‘This’ felt right…. Please listen to every word, stay safe, stay home and share this message to as many people as you can. Love you guys so much.”

How the Right Spread a False Rumor About Antifa and Wildfires

The claims also continue to circulate among right-wing groups on Facebook, despite the platform’s policy to label confirmed misinformation. One viral post from the outlet Law Enforcement Today claiming the wildfires are part of a “coordinated and planned” attack has received nearly 2500 reactions and more than 4800 shares. Although the story itself has been […]

Eurovision 2014: Austria’s bearded drag queen Conchita Wurst takes out song contest

Photo: Austrian Eurovision competitor Conchita Wurst sings during the final of the 2014 competition. (Getty: Ragnar Singsaas) Photo: Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst sings winning ballad “Rise Like a Phoenix”. (AFP) Photo: The 17-year-old Russian Tolmachevy twins made it to the finals of the Eurovision competition, despite being booed by audience members due to Russia’s […]

Toots and the Maytals: 15 Essential Songs

“54-46 Was My Number” (1968) Jamaica’s reggae musicians had yet to score many major hits outside their home country when Toots and the Maytals got there with this stirring cry of outrage against the criminal justice system. Listening to it now, you can hear why it became a defining early anthem of the genre. Hibbert’s […]

K.K. Slider – Song List And All Secret K.K. Songs In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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The No Lives Matter President

Oregon governor Kate Brown, until Friday, could not get President Trump on the phone. She noted this the day before, when she also revealed her state has never seen this amount of uncontained wildfire. The skies have turned into a literal hellscape and more than one million acres have burned to date, double what the […]

The 1920 Democratic National Convention in San Francisco: An epic, illegal booze party

The move to investigate local Democrats gained brief momentum when a convicted bootlegger named Harry Brolaski claimed to have incriminating information. But as the historian Freeman said, San Francisco’s appetite to prosecute Prohibition crimes was too low, and with Palmer out of office the next year, the story became too old. Rolph remained San Francisco’s […]

Delta Force

Matthew Johnson is driving the country roads around Water Valley in his big, dented, Chevrolet pick-up truck, sipping on a cocktail, rolling through the woods and fields and swamps with no destination in mind and the stereo turned up loud. To really hear a piece of music he has to take it for a test […]