Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. Music, Art, History, and Religion stories to read, share, and discuss.
Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. Music, Art, Film, and Travel stories to read, share, and discuss.
Sunday Brunch: Culture Quick Links on Music, Art, Thought, and People for your Sunday Enjoyment.
Of the 12 men who have walked on the moon, there are only 5 left living. Alan Bean, who became the fourth human to walk on the moon during the Apollo 12 mission, died May 26th after a brief illness.
Hylas, Nymphs, and #MeToo. A missed opportunity for a conversation.
Housing, Law, Work, Brainwork, and Art!
Or, an opportunity to meditate upon our ambiguous legal history and its uncomfortable place in contemporary political life.
Ignorant protesters successfully censor an art exhibition in Boston.
Artistically speaking, turning ‘Between Two Ferns’ into a commercial for the Affordable Care Act was a bad idea.
In the May 2012 issue of the Atlantic, writer Taylor Clark has an excellent profile of videogame developer Jonathan Blow. He’s misanthropic, severely thoughtful, and somewhat abrasive. But he’s also a brilliant creator and a near perfect example of what Clark thinks the medium needs more of: developers willing to make smart videogames. Because for Clark the…
By Sam Wilkinson In my (unpopular) arguments about the relativism with which I approach art – that all art is equal, that all consumers are equal, and that nobody is substantively wrong – I have repeatedly struggled to find a way to make the argument in a persuasive and compelling fashion. This, I suppose, is…
[Note: This is a companion piece to something I wrote earlier this week on the same subject but from a different point of view. In addition, while there are no spoilers per say, the way I talk about and characterize Mass Effect 3’s ending in the abstract might make it better for people who want to approach…