Lovers in Auschwitz, Reunited 72 Years Later. He Had One Question.

The first time he spoke to her, in 1943, by the Auschwitz crematory, David Wisnia realized that Helen Spitzer was no regular inmate. Zippi, as she was known, was clean, always neat. She wore a jacket and smelled good. They were introduced by a fellow inmate, at her request.

Gary Larson’s ‘The Far Side’ Has a New Official Home

There’s nothing quite like The Far Side. The comic strip, which ran from 1980 to 1995, felt less like a standard Sunday funny and more like a daily experiment trying to figure out the inner psyche of humor. Now, the comic strip is finally available online so fans and newcomers can get a taste of the far side of life. And there may be more in store in the future.

Simon Pegg: “Theatrical Cinema, Sadly, Appears to Be Dying”

Pegg mentioned that big studios must often rely on big-budget superheroes to succeed. Meanwhile, “there is this burst of creative excitement” in TV, and “anything seems possible,” he said. “What used to be this little, poor cousin of the auspicious silver screen is now dominating it, and kind of offering so much more.”