A variety of events from 1966, including Ken Kesey's Acid Test at The Filmore, Charles Whitman's attack at The University of Texas at Austin, and John Lennon's statement about the Beatles popularity over Jesus.
Ethan Persoff will be speaking about the John Wilcock comic at The New School's Parsons School of Design, on November 7. Free and open to the public.
Read Scott Marshall's adaptation of Nietzsche, An Illustrated Zarathustra.
Another compilation in the fine tradition of Jonathan Frakes telling you you're right and Jonathan Frakes telling you you're wrong. READ THE REST
On Star Trek: The Next Generation, Captain Picard developed the habit of tugging his uniform shirt down to straighten it out. Fans, cast, and crew refer to it at the Picard Maneuver and it's been the focus of more than one supercut over the years (eg. "Ode to the Picard Maneuver"). But what if every… READ THE REST
The new Star Trek: Picard trailer declares the return of "Q." This Q is batshit crazy but a lot of fun, as opposed to the current-era fictional character guiding Capitol insurrectionists and loonie Karens. Wait for the end and hear the well-remembered Q cackle. TV Line: Jean-Luc Picard is about to get reacQuainted with his… READ THE REST
Airlines. Cable companies. Pharmaceutical firms. Banks. Those industries show up every year on lists of America's most hated companies. It's seldom for the products they actually produce. It's usually for the poor customer service, ridiculous fees, and a general sense of all-around indifference to their customer's needs that land these firms squarely in the public's… READ THE REST
A lot has changed since you started your career behind the keyboard, and if you can't keep up with the times, the generation in front of you will swoop in and eat you alive. Sure, you could retire early (we all know your savings will last you comfortably until at least next Tuesday), but there's… READ THE REST
Whether you're planning for a visit with the in-laws or trying to meet important deadlines at work, there's a lot of reasons to pull your hair out these days. And until you can drop everything you're doing and escape on a solo trip through Europe, you could really use something to take the edge off. … READ THE REST