Piling on has never been so easy: After her speech, Clinton accepted questions. But according to Grinnell College student Muriel Gallo-Chasanoff ’10, some of the questions from the audience were … Continue Reading Hillbot No Like Surprise
Classic films, classic scenes (someone’s been watching too much TV tonight): Neurosis can be entertaining, as demonstrated in this exchange between Albert Brooks and Holly Hunter, from “Broadcast News.” Can … Continue Reading Am I Slipping?
Classic films, classic scenes: Matthew McConaughey scouts the freshman class, from “Dazed and Confused.” First time I saw this movie I stayed through the credits, determined to discover the name … Continue Reading “I Get Older, They Stay the Same Age”
A secular group said Friday it would protest Gov. Sonny Perdue’s planned prayer service intended to ask for relief from the Southeastern drought, saying the rally violates the principle of … Continue Reading An Irrelevant Protest of an Irrelevant Event
Classic films, classic scenes: “The Talented Mr. Ripley” was ill-conceived, miscast and busily directed (much like every Anthony Minghella movie). Don’t judge “Purple Noon” on its imitator — the 1960 … Continue Reading Believe It Or Not
Zamfir lives, yet the shepherd remains lonely.
My friend Andisheh from Creative Loafing is doubly cursed. Grasping irony is bad enough — must he also have a sense of humor? Andy’s come under fire from a humorless … Continue Reading Another Right-Wing Conspirator Unmasked