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It was nine months before their wedding that my friends Vissy and Harry sat me down for a “We need to talk” moment. What they wanted was a favor: would I be willing to get ordained as a minister and officiate their wedding?
An Irish-Jewish atheist who disdains religion becomes an ordained minister online to officiate his friends’ wedding
| March 26, 2010
Drink like Don
If Mad Men has taught us anything, it's that we shouldn't go to a 1960s advertising executive for health advice.
Whiskey drinks for people who don’t like whiskey. Yet.
| December 11, 2009
Don't do it
So, I heard that you want to trade in your skis for a snowboard this year. Maybe it'll be fun? Well, maybe, but there are a few things I'd like you to consider before you make that leap.
Thinking about making the gnarly move from skiing to snowboarding? Think again, brah.
| November 20, 2009
On the 10th drink of Christmas
Seen through the right lens, Christmas looks like a season of devilish malevolence — a time of gloomy cold, bad movies, gift anxiety and consumer hoards, inane music repeated indefinitely, and family, hour after hour, day after chatty day.
Navigating the holidays with seasonal stagger
| December 08, 2008
Thrills, generally speaking, aren't cheap.
How to go skiing in New England with no car and little money
| November 18, 2008
Although it can mistake emotion for poignancy, the film teaches us to ask the right questions, and it makes clear the consequences if we don’t.
A scattered yet effective documentary
| September 16, 2008
They do like Mondays
Monday is a hard sell.
ESPN defends its AstroTurf
| September 03, 2008
Glistening torso Jensen Ames (the ubiquitous Jason Statham), is framed for the murder of his sweet wife in this loose remake of the 1975 cult favorite Death Race 2000 .
A B-movie full of crowd-pleasing bullshit
| August 27, 2008
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
The novel written by Yasutaka Tsutsui in 1965 had been adapted some eight times before this, but never quite so adorably .
Lovely, anime charm with a jarring third act
| August 20, 2008
You, my young British friend, start a band.
How US terror policy is ruining your summer concert season
| June 18, 2008
Keys to our hearts
"I’ve never been someone that goes to the ‘it’ places and does the ‘it’ things and goes to the ‘it’ restaurant and go to the ‘it’ club. I like more off-the-beaten-path kind of things."
Interview: Alicia Keys on first love, the White Stripes, and being a Bob Dylan muse
| June 05, 2008
The “Iron Triangle,” in Queens, is a 25-block junkyard of auto-body shops and corrugated aluminum, where unpaved roads flood gray with rain.
Hardship and hope
| May 30, 2008
There are no lunatics in the closet in Frontière(s), writer/director Xavier Gens’s NC-17 French-language gorefest.
Red gold for fans of the genre
| May 14, 2008
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