Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 7/21/2021

As we’re getting close to the end of the summer season, I thought it was time to do a “comic book reviews for this week” post. This week’s reviews are for the week of July 21st, 2021. This week, there are comics from Image Comics, Dark Horse, Marvel, DC, IDW, Dynamite and Boom. There are … Read more

Met’s show ‘The New Woman Behind the Camera’ opens lens on 20th-century history

On Sunday, the Museum of Contemporary Art unveiled a new exhibition, “The New Woman Behind the Camera,” which examines the impact of the women’s movement on American photography. The exhibition consists of 75 photographs, many of which were taken by the most celebrated female photographers of the 20th century, including Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, and … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Shock golds for Kiesenhofer & Hafnaoui as Osaka & Biles start campaigns

The first day of the 2018 FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary concluded with a couple of unexpected results. With only a handful of events remaining, Olympic gold medalists Simone Manuel (USA) and Simone Biles (USA) began campaigns to defend their individual titles. Meanwhile on the men’s side, Austrian swimmer David Aladag and Dutch … Read more

Olympics 2021 Live: U.S. Beats Canada in Softball

The softball game was a tight contest, with the two teams battling for nearly seven hours. But the U.S. team, playing in front of an announced crowd of 3,000 fans, prevailed over Canada in the 12th inning to win the Olympic gold. The world of sports can be cut-throat. The competition can take on many … Read more