As the name implies, September 19th is a day you are given free reign to talk like a buccaneer, sprinkling as many "Arrrs" and references to scurvy as you can into casual conversation. In 2007, we tracked down the creators of International Talk Like A Pirate Day
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars are joined by Baltimore artist Matt Muirhead and Gogo's Retread Threads owner Stacey Chambers, who will both be appearing at Hampdenfest this weekend. The group discusses the troubling lyrics of "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)," Matt's brief foray into Christianity and
Aaron R. Davis runs the gauntlet that is Comcast customer service.
“Fear is a superpower.” - Clara I’ll be the first to admit that I was skeptical this episode would come together. About halfway through, when the futuristic spaceman Danny Pink doppleganger showed up in the restaurant, only to turn out to be Danny (and presumably Clara)’s great
We were on hand for the 15th annual Baltimore Comic-Con and we provide you with photos and a recap of all the action.
Ned Bitters gives a running diary of his first week back at school.
Joel Murphy and Lars share their thoughts on Apple's new iPhones and smart watch. They also discuss the Baltimore Comic-Con, old people sex and a new Indigogo campaign aimed at bringing back hand-drawn animation.
Aaron R. Davis imagines the rest of the conversation the man from the commercial has with Cortana.
“I’m not a hero.” - The Doctor Am I the only one who thought this felt like Doctor Who fan fiction? Or, at the very least, a bizarre team up that belonged in the Doctor Who comics, but not in the actual series. That’s not to say
I’m not going to lie; I have incredibly mixed feelings about the season finale of The Leftovers. I hung in there with this terribly melancholy viewing experience to the very end in hopes of a conclusion that would bring all the tangents of this story together in