The mid-1970s were a wonderful time for music lovers. For starters, exciting and innovative new music was popping up all over the place. And when it did, it actually got played on […]
You can't shine a light if you don't have a light.
Welcome to the Saturday video roundup. We kick things off today with a totally gratuitous bit of … ummm … historical revisionism? … from Electric Six.
I’m a poet. Whether I’m a good one or a bad one is, I suppose, open to debate. But the fundamental fact of my life and career is that the business activities […]
Say you’re running for President. And say that it’s a couple days before before a major primary season straw poll. In someplace semi-important, like, say, Iowa. Ask yourself, what kinds of headlines […]
We’ve seen some major historical moments in baseball in the last few days. First, Alex Rodriguez became the youngest man to hit the 500-homerun mark, doing so at 32 years and eight […]
I’ve been waiting for the housing crash for awhile. I’m not an expert, but it has seemed to me that we have: a lot of empty existing units; a ridiculous excess of […]
Welcome back to another edition of Scholars & Rogues’ Saturday Video Roundup. Today we begin with television cooking shows, which are getting weirder with each passing day. (Thx to Wendie the C […]
They say that politics makes for strange bedfellows. But this is ridiculous. Kenneth Starr’s Law Firm Gives More Money to Clinton By Lindsay Fortado July 31 (Bloomberg) — Lawyers at Kirkland & […]
According to an article in today’s Washington Post: WASHINGTON — More than 70,000 bridges across the country are rated structurally deficient like the span that collapsed in Minneapolis, and engineers estimate repairing […]
At the top of the column to the right you’ll see that S&R has been nominated for a Blogger’s Choice award in the Political Blog category. We’re obviously proud of that, and […]