I was so excited I couldn’t MOVE.

The above words were uttered by one Eliza Mairead Imagine Dragons Fan, Esq. yesterday in the car when I told her I was worried about her at the Imagine Dragons concert last week, because she all but went catatonic for the 2 hours the band played. I asked her several … more behind the clicky

The helpful music connoisseur has a good point.

Three things you must know for the following quote to make sense: 1. I have a playlist called “Mopey Troubadors,” which my children thought was hysterical when they discovered it the other day. I pointed out that all the songs were about people who died and/or had terrible things happen … more behind the clicky

Everyone’s a critic

This year stands out for me, pop-culturally and artistically speaking, not so much for the works I enjoyed and/or broke my brain over (whisper-screams SNOWPIERCER, again), but for the fact that the information flow is becoming a two-way thing. When you’re a parent, there’s a while, there, where you control … more behind the clicky

Music lets the people get together

Lucy’s current favorite song is Shakira’s Dare (Lalala) and so we have listened to it enough times to wonder what that thing is that she yells at regular intervals. It sounds to me like she’s yelling “Legroom!” which is a weird thing for a multi-millionaire to worry about, especially in this … more behind the clicky

So. This looks bad…

I have just read issue 19 of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye and STUPID CLINT BARTON  AND HIS STUPID BROTHER BARNEY AND THEIR STUPID CHILDHOOD MADE ME HAVE SOMETHING IN MY EYE. Dammit. Y’know, I started reading Hawkeye a year-ish ago because, like many people, I appreciated what archery and sleeveless shirts were doing … more behind the clicky