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It's tempting to think we're in the midst of an Alfred Hitchcock resurgence. Last year, for the first time in half a century, a worldwide poll in Sight & Sound magazine chose Vertigo (1958) over Citizen Kane (1941) as the greatest film of all time; two bio ... More >>
During the 19th century, the Victorians began scientifically labeling their natural surroundings. They came up with 26 elements for the Periodic Table, 7 taxonomic ranks for biological organisms, but only 2 categories for human sexuality: hetero and homo.
Years passed. Alfred Kinsey made a scale; ... More >>
Wait, where's Ringo?By Chaz Kangas
"No one ever climbs a ladder alone," said Bill Clinton at his Hollywood Bowl fete on Saturday. This makes not a lick of sense. But perhaps he was just taking cues from the world of hip-hop, which is famous for its wildly inaccurate and illogical statements. ... More >>