Four decades ago, no one would have guessed that “The Other Side of The Wind” would ever see the light of day, let alone on Netflix. But here we are.
The streaming service takes on the most famous film never to be released.
During this Labor Day week, the traditional start date for fall presidential campaigns, the time is overdue for all Americans to wake up and fully recognize that this is no ordinary election, that one of the candidates represents an unprecedented threat to America, and just how extensive that threat is.
The Allen Brain Observatory in Seattle is studying the rodents to decipher how vision works.
Newt Gingrich's supposed smartness is rather indiscriminate, when examined closely. Newt has what he considers 10 or 12 brilliant ideas each day, which he is in the habit of just tossing out for discussion.
On Vietnam Moratorium Day in 1969, UCLA professor Warren H. Schmidt sat down to do his morning writing. What flowed onto the paper was a parable he called "Is It Always Right to Be Right?" In it, he examined the divisiveness that was tearing our country apart in the sixties.
I've never been a political artist. When I first heard there was the possibility the U.S. could free itself from its dependence
And an example of sharing power, the Bubble Yum debacle of the summer of '71 - every marketer's nightmare... March 2015 - "Fake
Right through the 1950s, Hollywood Boulevard remained the place to go if you wanted to see a first fun film and then enjoy
In the early morning hours of February 25th, 1942, wartime Los Angeles flew into a panic as an ominous, saucer-like object flew over the city, touching off a massive anti-aircraft barrage. Despite the intense barrage, however, no aircraft wreckage was ever recovered.