May 2-7, 2011

Teal Amthor-Shaffer says that one of the problems with trying to maintain healthy eating habits is that other people just can’t shut up about your body whether you’re gaining weight or losing it. Teal takes on public criticism and interviews Angela Vasquez-Giroux in “Kate Moss’s truth”

Kevin Mattison pays tribute to one of his idol’s idols (and not-so-subtly hints that scripts are overrated) in “How Robert Altman helped me justify being lazy in film school – Pt. 1”

This week, the Casual Gamer goes to camp, and tries to argue that there’s nothing casual about “casual” games. (Maybe he needs to change his name, then, eh?) Read “THAT Camp and “casual” games”

Visual effects artist, conceptual designer and animator Peter Konig has worked on films such as Starship Troopers (1997), Beowulf (2007), and
Splice and video games Left 4 Dead 2 and Portal 2. Rosemary Van Deuren talks to him in “Interview with Peter Konig”

Ana Holguin watches HBO’s Mildred Pierce, in which disaster always looms, but never quite exactly comes to pass, and is mesmerized. Read “HBO’s Melancholy Mildred”

It was the first game of the beer league season, Angela Vasquez-Giroux’s team took a loss. To mitigate the sting, Angela ruminates on her beloved Tigers, who has a habit of doing the same. (Also, it was against the National Guard, and they deserve it.) Read “0-1”

Jill Kolongowski sends the best care package ever, a cookie within a cookie, or a heart attack wrapped in love. Read “I N C E P T I O N: Cookies”

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