The final seven challenges to your humble columnist’s musical memories!
Paul Smith brought his ‘A’ game to his brief time on the Uncanny X-Men, and Chris Claremont rose to the occasion, giving us one memorable comic after another!
Continuing the series of songs and the remembrances they evoke from your humble columnist.
When you get the chance to watch all four Mad Max movies over a few days, you have many thoughts. Here are mine!
My friend Thom Moore died on Saturday at the age of 74. He was a brilliant musician and songwriter, and his work held a special place in my heart. So I’m going to talk about him and share some of his tunes with you.
The Thirty-Day Song Challenge continues with Week Two… seven more musical numbers chosen from random prompts, along with the memories those songs provoke.
This year has seen a lot of long-overdue discussion of (and action against) sexual harassment, and with it a focus on the “toxic masculinity” that underlies it and other societal ills. In some ways, the world has almost always skewed toward the patriarchy, but there are some elements of the culture that are actually fairly recent developments, which a look back through recent history will serve to illustrate. We’ll start with my central thesis: the modern American model of masculine and feminine roles is a post-World War II invention.