The book, which was published by Simon & Schuster in July 2018, is a collection of 17 autobiographical essays from Arceneaux. The deal comes as Arceneaux’s second book, I Don’t Want to Die Poor, an essay collection which chronicles his struggles with private student loans and economic anxiety, is published today (April 7) by Simon & Schuster. … [Read more...] about ‘I Can’t Date Jesus’: 20th Century Fox TV, Jerrod Carmichael, Lee Daniels & Marc Velez To Adapt Michael Arceneaux’s Memoir
Story Krishna (Nikhil) along with his friends, is the leader of a Junior Batch in Engineering College which involves typical scenes of unlimited fun, clash between seniors' vs juniors etc. As expected, the heroine steps into the scene with Meera (Simran) joining the college and Krishna falling for her. What happens rest has been narrated in Kirrak Party. … [Read more...] about Kirrak Party Movie Review: A Good Summer Treat!
Malkmus is the Robyn of indie rock: an absurdly long run in a genre that prizes novelty (both went pro in 1989); superhuman consistency (neither has come close to making a weak or phony record); a cultish mystique; a weird mix of emotionally opaque serenity and unzipped enthusiasm; still rocking their 1994 haircut; somehow always the grown-up in the room. Sparkle Hard might be his Honey, but it’s also his best Jicks record since Mirror Traffic (which was his Body Talk). “Middle America” is one of the 10 most beautiful songs he’s ever written, a bittersweet ballad that takes the Pavement guitar buzz to new places. Advice to the graduates: “Men are scum, I won’t deny/May you be shitfaced the day you die.” … [Read more...] about Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2018
Starting off with a CNN report about how some churches are defying shelter-in-place orders, the sketch follows a wise-cracking Lord Almighty as he encounters a kneeling Moses from The Ten Commandments. Splicing God’s Word with dialogue from the 1956 epic, it imagines advice that the He bestows upon his humble servant. … [Read more...] about Stephen Colbert Listens In As Moses Returns To The Burning Bush In The Coronavirus Era
It’s all too easy to imagine. Continued demand to vote by mail that swamps overwhelmed and underfunded administrators. Perhaps the virus returns in cold weather. There could well be individual states — or cities — where voting isn’t safe, and a backup plan is required. Meanwhile, this Court continues its dangerous game. Time and again, whether closing the federal courts to partisan gerrymandering claims, gutting key enforcement measures of the Voting Rights Act in 2013’s Shelby County v Holder, or now, forcing citizens to risk their health to vote or suffer disenfranchisement, they’ve sided against voting rights and in favor of efforts that make it harder for citizens to make their voice count. Forcing voters to the polls during a pandemic in order to ensure a low-turnout Wisconsin state supreme court election and help ensure one of Walker’s appointees returns to the bench? After Bush v Gore, it was already clear how this Court might act with … [Read more...] about Republicans Exploit Coronavirus to Undercut Democracy in Wisconsin