Monday, November 18, 2019
No Comments » Thanks to Salma Hayek’s awesome tits, and her legal immigration, not border tunnelling, she has been able to live the American Dream of being a well paid actor…..how funny that America’s dream is to be a vapid cunt in movies…but I guess that’s how the culture worked itself out… So now, the…
One of DineAmic Hospitality’s hallmarks is that the group tries to appeal to many, and they’re once again showcasing that philosophy with Bandit, their West Loop bar and restaurant that opens on Monday. Tater tots will come topped with caviar. There’s cheap beer and fancy cocktails. DineAmic isn’t discriminating with their latest, hoping for another…
Modern celebrity culture began not with Hollywood, nor with the Internet, but in the 18th century, when the modern meanings of the words “celebrity” and “star” first became widespread. Famous people have existed for millennia, but the heroes of ancient Greece and Rome sought eternal renown, while medieval saints attained their canonical status only after…
Seafair Pirates Landing, Beatleconcert, and More Unusual Events Swashbuckling buccaneers will convene on Alki Beach for the signature Seafair event Pirates Landing on Saturday. Seafair Our arts critics have already recommended 29 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 18 best music shows, but there are still lots more…
The following essay originally appeared in Vol. 37, No. 4 of NER. Translation is a kind of traffic, in nearly every sense of the word. There’s the most obvious sense, in that translations cross borders of time, place, and culture, moving from one language into another. But traffic’s other meaning—that is, the buying and selling…
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September 15, 2019 | 11:31pm Iconoclast: The Times Puts Activism First The New York Times, sighs Andrew Sullivan at New York Magazine, “is increasingly engaged in a project of reporting everything through the prism of white supremacy and critical race theory.” That was the clear message of the one-sided essays launching the Times’ “1619 project,”…
Podmass_In [Podmass](https://www.avclub.com/c/podmass),_ The A.V. Club _sifts through the ever-expanding world of podcasts and recommends the previous week’s best episodes. Have your own favorite? Let us know in the comments or at [podmass@avclub.com](mailto:podmass@avclub.com)._  Culturally Relevant With David ChenZen And The Art Of Videogame Character Maintenance (With Dan Trachtenberg)Hardcore film nerd, critic, and /Filmcast host David Chen has…
Bike tourists. Photo by Baker County Tourism Have you got a “coming soon” biking trail? Or a biking trail that is not completely finished yet? Well, don’t keep it a secret! A couple of places I’ve visited lately, I’ve heard about trails that are in the partially-finished stage. Some segments of the trail have been…