Colbert, WWE, and Musicians Deal with a World without Crowds

On Tuesday night, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders spoke after the results of the Arizona, Illinois, and Florida primaries had been called for Biden. Instead of the usual shouted triumphalism of the winner and the C’mon everybody! We’ll get ‘em next time! of the loser, both dialed down the volume.

Dave Hill's Witch Taint Gets Black Metal Laughs

In 2004, comedian Dave Hill sent odd, sometimes confrontational emails to black metal record labels around the world for the low-rent adventure. It was an extension of a fascination he had as a kid, when as a 10 year-old he’d call the phone number he saw on a car dealership commercial to see if the guy in the ad would answer the phone. When he wrote black metal labels, he was in his early 30s and old enough to know better, but “it’s just something I would do late at night,” he says.

DumbSmart Industries Showcase Their New Films Tonight at the Broad

Nicholas Pino made his name in New Orleans as half of the hip-hop duo Jealous Monk, but much of his creative energy these days goes into filmmaking. Last year, he and Alejandro de los Rios released the web series British Quarter Hustler and the short film Holy Men. The former posited the notion that is a British Quarter inside the French Quarter, and pitted British caricatures against French caricatures in a Spy vs.

Trump Inspires Ansari, Chappelle and Cenac to Break Down White Supremacy

Vanity Fair wrote of Aziz Ansari’s opening monologue on last weekend’s Saturday Night Live, “what could have been an easy, low-hanging-fruit hit job was instead a thoughtful (yet still hilarious) rumination on the rising trend of racism in the U.S., as well as Donald Trump’s responsibility, as president, to heal a fractured nation.” The New York Times implicitly

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