As weeks go this one has sucked.
I can't remember the last time the death of a celebrity hit me so hard.
I can barely remember a world without Robin Williams.
From his first appearance as Mork on Happy Days through his spectacularly diverse film work, he's always been there.
He was that wacky uncle nobody was quite sure what to do with, but everybody wanted to be around.
He was our captain.
He was our friend.
I still don't know what to say other than the world is a much sadder place without him in it.
Without any attempt at a segue, please say hello to this week's cheesecake, Katie Holmes.
Ever since she rose to fame on the shores of Dawson's Creek, she's haunted the lonely recesses of Hunter's heart.
She would go on to Batman Begins, but not Dark Knight before landing on Tom Cruise's altar of Scientology.
She's single again and making movies.
This week she is appearing in Jeff Bridge's passion project, The Giver.
We shall see if she can bounce back from Xemu's influence.
Let's hit the links.
10 best Houston indie movie posters (including some good movies)
Andrew WK shows the path forward [really]
...the WK ripples continue to propagate
The six "other" country music stereotypes
Charles Manson finds a bride
THE video tube for stoner rock, psychedelic rock, desert rock, doom...
Spotify and other streaming music platforms still suck for (effectively) not paying artists
Police. Facial recognition software. Music festivals.
Anonymous releases St. Louis dispatch tapes
The uncertain future of TV's most radical get quick scheme
Cheese expert demonstrates proper way to open a wheel of cheese
Humanoid figure spotted on the moon
Every celebrity mentioned in Madonna's Vogue is now dead
The American Band Championship belt
Who's Star-Lord's Daddy? A list of his many origins
For when you're dropping some aliens off at the pool
And finally, Marvel's Inhumans movie is on the way. Its a great time to be a geek.