Would some in the USA have been happier if the body of UBL, who died just before "Cinco de Mayo," had been stuffed, displayed and taken on tour, like that of Maximillian I, who also lost an eye during his execution?
To what extent do English-language punctuation marks work like pictograms?
What other examples might Todd Haynes have had in mind, other than "Mildred Pierce," when he recently spoke with Amy Taubin on how Hollywood film employs womens' bodies as "the displayers -- almost the conductors -- of class aspiration in the family"?
Why is there a "re-" in the word "research," if that word usually refers to a process of looking something up for the first time, assuming that some epistemological scheme of recollection derived from Plato's Meno is not being presupposed?
What did the people on the PrisonTalk forums have to say about DSK's Rikers stint?
What is Peter Saville's source for what seems to be his favorite Bowie quote, that "There is no point in being more than ten minutes ahead of your time"?
Has the contemporary triumph of irony now and forever destroyed our ability to try to revive the wonderful game invented in the 60s by Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi, the game with the name "I can like something worse than you can like"?
How does Mr. D. Guttadauro balance his life as an organic farmer with the presidency of up-&-coming long-range facial recognition "solutions" provider, DSC?
What on earth are "stixtiques," as listed in the original-language version of Gottfried Leibniz's absolutely wonderful "An Odd Thought Concerning a New Sort of Exhibition" (1695), which is exquisitely discussed here?