Fontina Turner tells us how to make Avengers cupcakes ... and shares her anxiety over the massive Marvel comic universe.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by special guest Ti Coleman. Ti is an improviser in the Baltimore Improv Group and a producer of 4-Play, a live show that combines comedy and sexuality. The gang talks about doing improv for disinterested audiences, soccer's arbitrary
Molly Regan reminds you that when you criticize Kylie Jenner, you are criticizing a 17-year-old girl.
After last week’s premiere, I noticed that a lot of viewers felt as though not enough happened to incite that shock value we’ve come to expect from Game of Thrones. I was of the opinion that The Wars to Come was an episode geared mostly toward story
Kim Le takes us inside the world of reprogrammed mice brains.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are once again joined by special guest Erin Fox. They talk about their various run-ins with Baltimore legend John Waters, Joel's experience covering OK Go's concert and the recent Ant-Man trailer. They also complete the finals of the Mabel Memorial
“We dug coal together.” – Raylan Givens In Elmore Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole,” Raylan Givens kills Boyd Crowder in Ava’s kitchen. In the pilot of Justified, which closely follows “Fire in the Hole,” Raylan doesn’t go for a kill shot. Instead, he hits Boyd
OK Go stopped in Baltimore as part of their North American tour and we were on hand to cover it.
Molly Regan shares her thoughts on Madonna's creepy on-stage kiss with Drake.
Before jumping into tonight’s episode recap, I’d like to take a moment to address a recent internet topic regarding the future of Game of Thrones (other than the leak of episodes). The big reveal that the content of the show will surpass the books and end before