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  • “Spoons”

    I had vaguely heard of the video “Salad Fingers” but never bothered to actually look it up (re: not a big “internet” person). “Salad Fingers” is a miniseries by David…

  • “Charlie the Unicorn”

    If you can remember multi-colored unicorns, Candy Mountain, and a shrill, somehow entertaining, “Charlieee,” then you might’ve watched YouTube’s Charlie the Unicorn. The video hit its tenth anniversary recently and…

  • “Keyboard Cat”

    Charlie Schmidt’s Keyboard Cat is one of the best videos produced by the early internet. Every aspect of this 54-second long video is pure. From the two-beat count-in to the…

  • “Harry Potter Puppet Pals”

    Every child who was in grade school in the late 2000s has been subjected to watching the Potter Puppet Pals videos that ravaged YouTube like a plague. Nobody was safe…

  • Isle of Dogs

    “Wherever he is, we’ll find your dog.” Such are the words of Rex, one of the many vigilante dogs living on a desert island in Wes Anderson’s latest stop-motion film….

  • “Fear of Music” (1979)

    Talking Heads’ first two albums, “Talking Heads 77” and “More Songs About Buildings and Food,” were post-punk marvels filled with upbeat funky melodies and grooves. In those records, frontman David…

  • “Collection One”

    It’s about time. Brooklyn-based rapper SAINt JHN released his debut album, aptly titled “Collection One,” on March 26. The album encompasses everything SAINt JHN: from his past hits such as…

  • “A Series of Unfortunate Events” Season 2

    If you are reading this review expecting a joyful show with a happy ending, then you might want to read a different review of a different show. In the second…

  • “Love, Simon”

    Teen coming-of-age movie, “Love, Simon” was released just over a month ago in theaters, and it has proven to be a hit. This film does a great job of depicting…

  • “Yesterday Was Forever”

    English artist Kate Nash released her fourth studio album, “Yesterday Was Forever,” at the end of March. If you remember Nash’s music, it was probably from the late 2000s when…