Marvel’s Jessica Jones premiered on Netflix on Friday, and as is my usual habit with things on Netflix, I was up most of the night watching it. Then watching it again the next day. And again as I’m writing this.
Here we are again. One hundred and thirty-two people are dead in Paris. More are injured. The city of light and love shut off its lights in mourning.
Aziz Ansari, best known for his role as Tom Haverford on Parks & Recreation, had his 10-episode series Master Of None premiere on Netflix last Friday, and he hit it out of the park.
It feels odd to me, as a cancer survivor, to talk about depression in the same terms. When people talk about cancer, it’s always in battlefield terms.
Career of Evil, the third entry into Robert Galbraith’s (pen name for Nerd Queen, JK Rowling) Coromoran Strike mystery novels, is the best they have been yet.
Recently, I found myself getting very overly attached to the new Disney/Pixar venture, Inside Out.
To those who know me, it’s no secret that I am a massive Harry Potter fan.
There has been another shooting. This time on another campus at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore. Nine students were killed.
This is the story of the time I died.
Last week, as I’m sure many of you are aware, a 14-year-old boy in Texas was arrested on suspicion of making a bomb and bringing it to school.