It was fucking torture. Sitting on the balcony, overlooking the yachts floating on the Mediterranean, sipping Dom Pérignon, I felt absolutely miserable. My anxiety level was at an ALL-TIME HIGH. Remember this moment, Bridget. Remember it well. Here you are. At the top of the human pyramid, and you’re completely depressed.
My cage may have been golden—but it was still a cage. Continue Reading
An outlaw by any other name is still an outlaw – ask James “Whitey” Bulger who, no matter how many aliases he employed, was always Jim Bulger. With that said the same goes for suburban kids from the world of… Continue Reading
Jerry Lee Lewis is the embodiment of rock ‘n’ roll. He’s the Pretty Boy Floyd of piano players whose cultural significance can hardly be overstated. And just as the outlaws of the 1930s were far more dynamic than their popular… Continue Reading
This December marks the 50th anniversary theater release of Jean-Luc Godard’s film, Le Mépris (Eng : Contempt). Based on the 1954 Italian novel Il disprezzo (A Ghost at Noon) by Alberto Moravia, Le Mépris was created as Godard’s commentary on the… Continue Reading
Last month concluded the second season of Peaky Blinders, the acclaimed Netflix Original Series set in 1919 Birmingham, England. The series depicts an infamous street gang, run by the Shelby family, who struggles to survive and prosper in the rapidly… Continue Reading