“Whether The Jetsons was a blueprint for the future or simply a prediction of it, it foreshadowed many of the products and services we now use today.”
“Fifty years ago this spring, I was on the original daytime show with Art Fleming in New York.”
Clearly, the lesson here is to not mess with Jon Bon Jovi.
“How Roberto Clemente Harnessed Celebrity To Change America”.
Just a nice story about Bob Keeshan, better known as Captain Kangaroo, as told by Mark Evanier.
“It’s retraumatizing over and over again, and for what? How many movies/shows/documentaries do we need?”
Who is Perla? And where is Perla?
“But current technology can reveal a person’s transgender identity by linking seemingly anonymized information such as their neighborhood and age to discover that their sex was reported differently in successive censuses. The ability to deanonymize gender and other data could spell disaster for trans people and families living in states that seek to criminalize them.”
RIP, NFL Pro Bowl, an event no one really cared about.
“Netflix is no longer pursuing a copyright lawsuit against the creators of The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical.”
I don’t know if I should be disappointed with Kim Mulkey for her shameful refusal to support Brittney Griner, or if this is always who she was and I’m just now seeing it.
Please don’t be mean to King Charles, The Crown.
RIP, Joe Bussard, music historian who helped preserve a ton of early 20th century American records.
“A subreddit account has decided to do some masterclass trolling in order to test Gov. Greg Abbott with this horrendous law.”
RIP, Coolio, Grammy-winning musician best known for “Gangsta’s Paradise”.
A few alternate email signatures to try.
A classically-trained flute player plays a flute. Some people find a reason to object to that. No, it makes no sense to me either.
RIP, Hector Lopez, two-time World Series champion with the Yankees and the first Black manager in Triple A ball.