Your Weekend Justice #295: Thanks, Madge!

Not in front of the baby, though! Dom This episode was recorded October 5, 2021. Middle names have been changed to protect the innocent. So…that was pretty pointless, I must admit. Agenda: RUN-DMC and some confusion as to whose house everyone is inMTV is still a thing?Old people talking about how they watched and listening to thingsThe original zombieThe Waititi/Colman ConspiracyFree GuyHow DeSantis saved the old people (allegedly)A new angle on Folk HorrorRox explains Folk Horr—OMFG B...
Tags: Toys, Music, Hbo, Television, Podcasts, Horror, Sex, Weekend Justice, Marvel, Zombies, Walking Dead, Mtv, Andy Serkis, Olivia Colman, Anime, Ryan Reynolds

Merriam-Webster added 455 new words to the dictionary, here are the oddest ones

A Merriam-Webster dictionary sits atop their citation files. AP Photo/Stephan Savoia Merriam-Webster added 455 new words to its dictionary. Merriam-Webster editors study the language and add new words to the dictionary every year based on their usage. The new additions are related to internet slang, the coronavirus pandemic, politics, and pop culture. Logophile's rejoiced this week as Merriam-Webster added 455 new words to its dictionary...."because." Words like air fryer, dad bod, de...
Tags: Food, Politics, News, Life, Trends, Social Media, Language, Pop Culture, Merriam Webster, Dictionary, New Words, Slang, Definitions, English Language, Emily Walsh, COVID

Watch The War On Drugs Play Three I Don’t Live Here Anymore Songs Live For The First Time On CBS This Morning

The War On Drugs just released I Don’t Live Here Anymore, a stunning new album that just might be the best of their entire career. And today, they went on CBS This Morning to play three of its songs live for the first time ever: closer “Occasional Rain,” “Old Skin,” and “Change.” Watch their performances below.
Tags: Music, News, The War On Drugs, Cbs, Cbs This Morning

Watch My Morning Jacket Play “Love, Love, Love” On Colbert

My Morning Jacket just released their new self-titled album last week. And today, they went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to play early single “Love, Love, Love,” a fuzzy rock vamp of a rocker that builds into a blazing guitar solo. Watch and listen to their performance below.
Tags: Music, News, Stephen Colbert, My Morning Jacket, Colbert

Two Founding Members Of The Germs Enter The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Tonight

Belinda Carlisle and Pat Smear are getting inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame tonight, the former with her band the Go-Go’s and the latter as part of Foo Fighters. But before either of those groups existed, Carlisle and Smear were both members of the punk band the Germs with Darby Crash and Lorna Doom. Carlisle, who went by the name Dottie Danger at the time, got mononucleosis and never actually played with the band, but she reminisced about those early days in a post on Instagram. ...
Tags: Music, News, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Carlisle, Pat Smear, Darby, Belinda Carlisle, The Go-Go's, The Germs, Lorna Doom Carlisle, Dottie Danger

How To Save Time & Money on Commuting in The New Normal

The pandemic left people cooped indoors as working from home became a norm. On the upside, the WFH model saved you from the stress and cost of commuting to work. As businesses reopen and offices resume after the vaccine rollouts, it is time to get back to work. While you will be happy to step out again, commuting to work seems like a concern again. It is more daunting this time because you will probably want to ditch public transport to avoid the threat of the virus. Using your vehicle can be ...
Tags: Money Matters, Employment, Jazz, Commuting

Stream Jónsi’s Surprise New Album Obsidian

Last year, Sigur Rós frontman and multidisciplinary artist Jónsi Birgisson released Shiver, the long-awaited follow-up to his 2010 solo debut Go. Now, Jónsi has swooped in with a surprise third album: Obsidian, which is available to stream.
Tags: Music, Sigur Ros, New Music, Jonsi, Jónsi Birgisson

Ken Dodd, Stockhausen and Psycho: unlocking Paul McCartney’s musical genius

When the Pultizer-prize winning poet was asked to collaborate with the former Beatle on a book, he gained a unique insight into the creative process behind the band’s biggest hitsTowards the end of 2016 I had a phone call from an unfamiliar number. The voice, though, was immediately familiar. The newly elected Donald Trump introduced himself quite matter-of-factly. He lost no time in getting to the point: would I be willing to come to Washington to serve as his “Poetry Supremo”?That Sir Paul McC...
Tags: Books, Music, Washington, The Beatles, Culture, Paul Mccartney, Donald Trump, Literary criticism, Donald Barthelme, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Cage, Roland Barthes, Jane Asher, Ken Dodd Stockhausen

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