According to this L.A. is the place to go.
Some of 'em sure are.
Coming Christmas. Starring Billy Crystal and Marisa Tomei. Looks like it could be good.
(Though Hollywood has perfected the art of trailers: recently it seems the best two minutes of movies I've seen are all in the trailers.)
This is a lovely browser-based app that plots the nearest 100,000 stars to the Sun in 3-D space. You can zoom in and out, fly around, and get more info on specific stars by clicking their names as they pop up. You can even zoom way out to see where our solar neighborhood is with respect to the rest of the Milky Way galaxy (though that part is not using actual data for visualization).
Professor Peter Gordon notes a sad--if predictable--side effect of the health care law. And then he nails our friendly social do-gooders a good one.
But, hey, underemployed folks, cheer up: as a number of bad people have argued, "You can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs."
This is the guy to blame, former president of my alma mater.
I've had to deal with this a little and it's annoying.
Stephen Colbert calls Windsor, Canada "Earth's rectum."
They invite him to lead this year's Christmas parade.