We at S&R were moved to comment on the death of the esteemed actor Rutger Hauer.
Sometimes a downright terrible movie comes on – and you simply have to sit down and watch it. What are your “guilty pleasure” movies?
It started innocently enough, as these things often do, with our boy Dan Ryan on Facebook wishing there was a video of the gopher from Caddyshack dancing to “Water of Love” by […]
S&R Movie Night – Movies we watch so often that we’ve worn out not just the movie, but the player too
The S&R bloggers own up to those movies that they’ve watched over and over and over again.
I’m currently reading Christopher Moore’s 2006 novel, A Dirty Job, and am nearing what I expect to be a slam-bang, fun-filled, rollicking climax. I picked it up because I thought Lamb, the story of […]
Our real photographer, the estimable Lisa Wright, is on vacation, so I ventured out last night, new camera in hand, to see if I could capture something vaguely interesting for our readers. […]
Nothing like a good old-fashioned zombie apocalypse to liven up high school, wouldn’t you say? That’s what Sam Toller thought, anyway. His ten-minute film, We Are What We Eat, gives kids one […]
Watch the two TED talks below. The question, which represents 100% of your final grade, follows. First, Nick Hanauer in 2012.
“I don’t believe in this fairy tale of staying together for ever. Ten years with somebody is enough.” Who said it?
by Lindsay Hayes A recent study conducted at University of California, San Diego revealed that people enjoyed short stories more when they had been given a spoiler about the ending. That’s nice, […]