So apparently there’s a new rage in costumes you can make for the whole family from a single pattern.
This is great news, if your family is a bunch of genies.
(Um, why does the 20-year-old have a modest tummy-covering sash and the 4- and 8-year-olds are having a midriff moment? Just asking.)
It’s even better news if your family wants to reenact March of the Penguins.
Let’s hope little Timmy survives the winter so he can be eaten by a seal later, escaping the oil slick that would otherwise… Read more »
It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World on Sleepy Hollow, io9.com, December 2013
Reign: "Left Behind", AV Club, December 2013
Best of the Year: Sundance arrived with three boundary-pushing series [Top of the Lake], AV Club, December 2013
Frozen, Philadelphia Weekly, November 2013
12 Years a Slave, Philadelphia Weekly, November 2013
"The Blue Bird" (1918) - Maurice Tourneur
Beautiful astronomical illustrations by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, all based on observations made by the French artist-astronomer in the 1870s and 1880s. Fun fact: Trouvelot, also an entomologist, is somewhat infamous for the unfortunate introduction of the gypsy moth into North America. Those pesky things are known to feast on the leaves of over 300 species of trees, shrubs and plants. (New York Public Library)
[10 images: the planet Saturn, total eclipse of the Sun, partial eclipse of the Moon, [comet?, no title visible], the planet Jupiter, Mare Humorum, [Milky Way?, no title visible], the great nebula in Orion, the planet Mars, star cluster in Hercules]