“Phenomenal Woman” was written by Maya Angelou and originally published in an issue of Cosmopolitan magazine in 1978, and then in And Still I Rise, her third volume of collected poetry, later that same year. Dr. Mica Mitchell tells of how this poem helped shape her as a girl moving into womanhood and continues to inspire her today.
It seems we need reminders from time to time about what deserves our limited time and energy. Dr. Craig Bowrun reads “Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front,” by Wendell Berry, to help remind us to whom or what we should devote ourselves.
He’s got an additional skill set of horribleness and the best eyebrows in the biz. – Jer An epic sci-fi novel. A classic struggle of good versus evil, of the oppressed versus the powerful, of nature versus humanity, of David Lynch versus the studios. We give you Dune! Or, at least, our remake of the […]
It is that time of year again, when we talk about some of the talented performers and creators we lost in the past year. From The Wire to The Golden Girls to The Sound of Music to Saturday Night Live to Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song to Superman to Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to The Monkees to Saved By the Bell to Arrested Development, nary a genre was left untouched. Join us, won’t you, […]
Here at Remaker’s Mark, we like to make our opinions known. We like to banter and volley. We like to recommend. And this time, we recommend so hard. Four fifths of the RM crew bombard you with suggestion after exhortation after counsel until you fall to your knees, drowning in new things to bring into […]
All of a sudden, whoa…there’s Beastman Once upon a time, there was a movie that told a story. A story of a rather dumb truck driver and his much more capable friend and their search for love, truth, and not-dying in the underworld of Chinatown. It was beloved by many, but not all. Today, dear […]