Incredible Too

I took a trip up the West Coast earlier this year, stopping off at all the places I could that were culturally relevant.  The first club Green Day played in Oakland, the building at Cal Poly where Weird Al worked on the student radio station and recorded “Another One Rides the Bus,” the garage where Steve Jobs changed the world, the building where The People’s Temple used to be that is now a post office, the Hearst Castle, the Winchester House.  One place we had to see was Pixar’s headquarters.

Ghostbusters (2016): A Superfan’s Perspective

For years they talked about a third movie, and for years I was in Bill Murray’s camp. “We made a good one. We made a bad one. Why make anther one?” And when Bill callously said he was concerned that “some of the people involved” had lost their taste, siting Harold Ramis’s “Year One,” I cringed for their unresolved personal relationship but was right there with him.