“The Handmaid’s Tale” on Hulu
Hang the Maids
Margaret Atwood and Mother Road go airborne to shatter an old epic
The Daily Word in crap in a bag, protesters in the poke and the house of turds
The Affordable Care Act officially takes effect today
Thirty-four undocumented youths are in custody at the US-Mexico border. They are protesting US immigration laws.
Yes, we know: Levi Chavez is flat broke.
CNN celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain declares Santa Fe's Five & Dime Frito Pie "crap in a bag" made with canned chili, quickly issues apology.
Apparently this CBGB movie is really, really crummy (with link to movie and scathing review.)
Edward Snowden is a nominee for the Sakharov Prize, which recognizes individuals' achievements in furthering human rights.
BP may be fined for and are accused of lying about the magnitude of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
"Your fridge looks like it belongs to Satan" says reporter to man who consumes only raw meat.
A list of everything Walt Jr. ate for breakfast on Breaking Bad.
Author Margaret Atwood wants the lyrics of O Canada changed so they are gender-neutral.
Goddammit, yesterday was Blasphemy Day.
A Fine Mess
The Year of the Flood
The end of the world is very in right now. Along with zombies, apocalyptic tales are enjoying another heyday. But iconic Canadian poet and novelist Margaret Atwood isn’t a trend follower; her first foray into speculative fiction was 1985’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Her newest book, The Year of the Flood, a companion book to her 2003 novel Oryx and Crake, explores the same late 21st-century dystopia as the earlier work.