Throughout the confirmation hearing of SCPTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett, her subscription to the judicial philosophy of originalism has been a recurrent theme. The tenets of the philosophy, however, have been conflated, both by people who seek to misrepresent ... More »
Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Giant Bomb Community Spotlight and I, @zombiepie, am once again honored to be your host as we look back at the best user-created offerings from the community! Well, 2020 keeps on keeping on. As many of you already... More »
Throughout lockdown in the United Kingdom, Mark Harvey, who is known for his striking equine and canine photography, shifted his focus to the avian creatures gliding above his home in the Norfolk Broads. Now part of a series titled In Flight, the exquisitely d... More »
With her flaming red hair and lush figure, Rhonda Fleming was one of the most beautiful women in movies in the 1950s. She was sometimes known, like her fellow redhead Maureen O’Hara, as the Queen of Technicolor, a label she found limiting, though Fleming herse... More »
Founded in 1997 by Alisa Stars and Bob Scarpelli in collaboration with Spike Lee, the Black Perspectives program at the Chicago International Film Festival has been highlighting films from the African and African American perspective for over two decades. The ... More »
Starting in 2014, the Chicago International Film Festival chose to honor one of its most vocal advocates by presenting the Roger Ebert Award to a debut filmmaker from the New Directors Program. The festival has described it thusly: “The Roger Ebert Award will ... More »
NEW YORK (AP) — Andrew Orkin was taking a break from his evening jog to sit by Prospect Park Lake when he turned around and was startled to see a tangle of wriggling snakes.
“And quite a big pile — fully alive,” said Orkin, a music composer who lives near the ... More »