They Fought for the Country that Detained Their Families: Japanese American Soldiers in WWII.
The biology of dads.
How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome.
In The Age Of Zoom Dysmorphia, Experts Offer Tips To Improve Self-Image.
Interview with Swamp Thing Comic Artist Stephen Bissette.
David Lander, R.I.P. (Squiggy from Laverne and Shirley, and much more).
A New Study About Color Tries to Decode The Brain’s Pantone.
The first Golden Age Panel at Comic-Con in 1993.
Greg Hatcher: Grail Quests – Planet of the Apes, Logan’s Run, and especially Airplane!
The King Features Syndicate animated cartoon shows of the 1960s.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Pringles update.
Drink away 2020.
He Rewards Kellyanne Conway, 2 Dozen Others With Prestigious Government Appointments.
Weekly Sift: Pardons and Their Limits.
Lincoln Project: Whispers III.
Comedians Bought DonaldJTrump2024.com Just so They Could Mock Him.
One traveler’s experience. For Andrew Evans, who had traveled to South Korea for a job, entering the country involved a mandatory, 14-day quarantine locked alone in a room at a government isolation facility.
“Checking in at New York’s nearly empty JFK included signing legal documents acknowledging that he was voluntarily placing himself in government custody and that he would have to pay for it — a fixed cost of 1.68 million KRW (equivalent to $1,459.99).”
COVID vaccines: calling the shots.
“What better lesson can we learn from the COVID vaccine experience than that the multi-national pharma companies should be publicly owned so that research and development can be directed to meet the health and medical needs of people not the profits of these companies.
“And moreover, then the necessary vaccines can get to the billions in the poorest countries and circumstances rather than to just those countries and people who can afford to pay the prices set by these companies.”
A Nice Holiday Story About A Killer Virus.
How Your Brain Tricks You Into Taking Risks During the Pandemic.
Having Chemotherapy During COVID-19 Has Given Me So Many Things to Be Grateful For.
Jaquandor’s Daily Dose of Christmas.
Santa Baby – Marzia Plichta and Christoph Drösser.
Bohemian Chanukah – Six13.
Musicians from London’s West End performing Overture of Overtures.
The Revelation – Roosevelt Wardell Trio (album) within a discussion on stuck at home and depression.
Pop Psalms: Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5.
Coverville 1336: The Christina Aguilera Cover Story.
Mean Green Mother from Outer Space – Cavin Cornwall.
Concerto in One Movement by Florence Price.
John Lennon: The Last Interview.
Roll Over, Beethoven (b. December 1770)
Fidelio, his only opera.
Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major.
Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, more familiarly called Für Elise.
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, the Pastoral.