This week, science will both enrage and delight you. We’ve got extinctions, global warming deniers, and conspiracy theorists, but also the world’s smallest movie and a beautifully terrifying trip inside an active volcano, plus a look at how pregnancy shapes evolution. Let’s go! Read More Science News: 5/7/13
This is the main event – are you ready?! Last night the world crowned the queen of drag! Well, one queen of drag. The fifth queen of drag. Not counting All-Stars. Or Ru. Okay, last night a crown was given to a drag queen, who was voted to be pretty nifty.
Strip Search has been going on for a while. It just took me a bit to write about it. So let’s catch up. Read More Strip Search: Penny Arcade’s Online Game Show
In 1783, Marie Antoinette scandalized her subjects when she had court artist Louise Ã‰lisabeth VigÃ©e Le Brun paint this portrait of her. Read More The Chemise a la Reine, an Eighteenth-century Fashion Trend
Chihayafuru is back with the final game, yeah! Shingeki no Kyojin has some scenes that usually only show up in horror movies. Space Ship Yamato and Gargantia are still very well-made shows, and Majestic Prince got a nice sequence this episode with some funny moments. Read More Weekly Anime Review
Oooh, readers, we’ve got two fantastic episodes to talk about today. Read More The West Wing: “Enemies Foreign and Domestic” and “The Black Vera Wang”
My favorite releases for 2006 seem to alternate between the All-Time Favorites I am constantly trying to shove into your hands, and the lovely gems that I keep meaning to own”¦ after which I will then metaphorically foist upon you like the rest. Let’s get to it!
As the weather warms up, one of my favorite parts of spring and summer begins to show itself at the grocery store: fresh, delicious, relatively inexpensive fruit. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Favorite Fruits