The Exhibitionist

Fans Go Berserk for the King of Bollywood

In trying to describe the popularity of global superstar Shah Rukh Khan,…

Book a Room at the Interdimensional Obfuscia Hotel

When you first enter the Obfuscia, you may be given a talisman…

SFIFF Goes Out with The Green Fog, a Tribute to Vertigo

Canadian indie filmmaker Guy Maddin describes The Green Fog as a “parallel-universe…

Elizabeth LeCompte Splits Norman Mailer in Two, in The Town Hall Affair

On November 8, 2016, one of FiveThirtyEight.com’s headlines read: “Clinton Couldn’t Win…

Needles and Opium Is A.C.T.’s Most Technically Impressive Production

Like some form self-replicating computerized art, the opening scene of Robert Lepage’s Needles…

1930s Radicalism and Plenty of Smokes at the de Young

In Stuart Davis’ exuberant art, he combines text and images, realism and…

Google Maps Has Ms. Pac-Man Mode Today

Having visited Googler friends at the offices on Beale Street and at…

Making Maps for Love, Self, and Anti-Colonialism

A famous one-paragraph story by Jorge Luis Borges describes an Empire’s cartography…

Comedy Preview: Paul Mecurio at The Punch Line

You wouldn’t think that a guy who was once a Wall Street…

Cash Cab Will Return. But Who Takes Cabs, Exactly?

Five years after it went off the air after 10 seasons and…