Posts tagged: midwest
“To celebrate the 25th anniversary of [Mystery Science Theater 3000]’s national debut, Wired presents an oral history of the greatest talk-back show ever made. It all begins in the late ’60s in rural Wisconsin, where there was this guy named Joel, not too different from you or me…” Read it here. (Thanks, Less Lee!)
Tin House has published an edition of Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness illustrated by Matt Kish, an interesting follow-up to Kish’s project, Moby-Dick In Pictures; One Drawing For Every Page. See more of Kish’s work here.
Actor, writer and director Harold Ramis has died. He is probably best known for SCTV, Animal House, Meatballs, Stripes, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, and Groundhog Day. He also had memorable roles in As Good As It Gets and Knocked Up. The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times have obituaries. The AV Club has collected tributes, including one from President…
Also, I just got a box of prints of Tom Deja’s M CITIES OF THE MIDWEST tour poster.
YOU MILWAUKEEANS SHALL BE THE FIRST TO SEE IT, along with the usual array of books, tee shirts and other Tom Deja posters which I will happily sell and sign for you tonight at Turner Hall.
And these SPECIAL INCENTIVES still apply.
That is all.