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May's edition of podcasts and shows
So, for the last few months I've been putting together a book of poetry that compiles some of the pieces I've written over the last 10 years. It's called "The Sad Bastard Chronicles" and, as you might have guessed, the book is filled with some pretty heavy memories that have, as the kids used to say, put me deep in my feels.



Here's Wallace!

Michael B. Jordan launched a new franchise and we're there for it
I know we all know this by now, but Michael B. Jordan is easily in the top two or three most charismatic actors of his generation. Ever since his unforgettable turn as Wallace in "The Wire," Jordan has slowly and systematically built one of the smartest and most durable careers in Hollywood.


May the Source Be With You

April Edition
So those were definitely some Oscars, huh? There were definitely a few very good choices (Daniel Kaluuya winning Best Supporting Actor and Youn Yuh-jung winning Best Supporting Actress were chef's kiss), but if that wasn't the most strangely anticlimactic ending of the Academy Awards of all time, then I don't know what could top it.


Crisis in Yemen

A Conversation with Oscar-nominated "Hunger Ward" Producer Michael Scheuerman, a Bend local
The Oscar nominees for Documentary Shorts are usually very difficult to watch. I mean, they're uniformly excellent, but the films are always extremely topical and unflinchingly brutal in their dedication to truth.


deWitt's Creek

"French Exit" Slips Away When You Least Expect It
It's always fun in cinema and television to watch obscenely rich and out-of-touch people lose all of their money and then have to live like us normals. It's a huge reason why shows like "Arrested Development" and "Schitt's Creek" were so popular from the jump.


Godzilla vs. Kong

Whoever wins, we also kinda win too, I guess.
Remember in "Lethal Weapon" how Mel Gibson would bet his co-workers he could get himself out of a straitjacket with no help? So then he would dislocate his shoulder and get out of the straitjacket, but then have to put the shoulder back into place by banging it into a filing cabinet or something?



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