Like the subject matter itself, the zombie genre trudges onward, undead and undying. This looks like it might be a step or two up from the typical flesh-eating lame-brains.
Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde, a Spanish interior designer, has hand-drawn a series of floor plans for popular television character residences.
Can you guess whose house this is?
Out of desperation, Cora, his American wife, sends for her wealthy mother to visit, in hopes that the Crawley women can persuade her to finance their lavish lifestyle. The mother, Martha, is played by new cast member Shirley MacLaine, who’s excellent. She doesn’t steal the show — she can’t, not with Maggie Smith already dominating every scene she’s in as Cora’s mother-in-law, the acerbic, sarcastic Dowager Countess — but MacLaine fits in perfectly.
Very few of the “traditional” traditions seem relevant anymore — but Hermey the elf dentist is truly timeless.
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Quiz the Season: Test your knowledge of Christmas TV specials
A good number of what we generally consider Christmas “traditions” are a bit dodgy. Do people really roast chestnuts? And has anyone seriously demanded figgy pudding? But everyone watches Christmas TV specials. Which means you should be able to ace the Post’s annual quiz. TAKE IT HERE: natpo.st/QLtIHK
Love the mid-century modern look, or is it wearing on you?
Sometimes style is just timeless.
In the 1980s, “Dancin’ On Air” was teased perms, blazers with shoulder pads, and Topsiders. It was the Running Man, the Cabbage Patch, and the Moonwalk.
If nothing else, those old episodes prove that pop eats itself.