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BREAKING: Mythical Lovecraft Monster Cthulhu latest in string of Trump denouncers, according to Stephen King

BREAKING: Mythical Lovecraft Monster Cthulhu latest in string of Trump denouncers, according to Stephen King
It’s not every day when you can say that Stephen King has ignited a war of words between Donald Trump and the eponymous H.P. Lovecraft monster Cthulhu. On Monday, September 12th, famed horror author Stephen King posted the following statement to his Twitter account: As can be expected, both parties involved were grossly offended by... Read more »

George Takei, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Denying the Holocaust, and The Danger of Hypocrisy

George Takei, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Denying the Holocaust, and The Danger of Hypocrisy
Are you tired of politicians ranting about our rampant drug culture, yet being outed as heroin addicts? Do you fear your co-workers because they’re bright and sunny to your face, while calling you every name in the hopes of getting you fired? Are royally pissed when a religion touts love, acceptance, and forgiveness, while lambasting... Read more »

The chilling tale of "The Expressionless" and the pure adrenaline of raw imagination

The chilling tale of "The Expressionless" and the pure adrenaline of raw imagination
Legend has it that a woman was brought into Cedar Sinai Hospital in New York in a white, blood-stained gown. Her expression never changed, like a gossamer mannequin, still and silent. A battery of tests was done on her, and she stayed motionless through it all. It was only when they tried to restrain her... Read more »
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Steven Shares Music (Week 1): "Gluck, das mir verblieb" from Korngold's Die Tote Stadt

Steven Shares Music (Week 1): "Gluck, das mir verblieb" from Korngold's Die Tote Stadt
One of the things I love most about being a passionate musician and lover of music is the act of sharing music with others. Introducing others to something very beautiful that they would never encounter in their everyday listening habits is of enormous pleasure to me. There are so many underrated masterworks that go unheeded... Read more »

"I write to understand as much as to be understood": Celebrating the life of Elie Wiesel (1928-2016)

"I write to understand as much as to be understood": Celebrating the life of Elie Wiesel (1928-2016)
When I wrote my blog about Elie Wiesel’s memoir Open Heart, I had no idea that in less than half a month he would be dead. Wiesel died today at the age of 87. In our lifetime, we have figures who stand at the finish line of tragedy and teach the world to learn from it.... Read more »