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Monday, January 18, 2021

What We Found On The Net: Kid Cosmic, Groceries Podcast, Local News, Ask Iwata & Sun Stamps

 
 Looking forward to new stuff from Craig McCracken.
 
Good-bye Steven Spielberg Screening Room
 
 
Loving this podcast about two comedian friends talking about local SoCal super markets and abroad. They talk a lot of sh*t, but also go over the bizarre histories of Ralph's, Smart & Final and more. On paper it sounds like an utterly boring NPR podcast, but these two are just too funny and throw so much shade you have to listen.
 

GROCERIES with Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi

From the people who brought you Attitudes! comes GROCERIES, a new podcast about everything groceries: from cotton candy grapes to who Mary is and why she’s “gone crackers.” It’s the Internet’s (only) preeminent guide to the place we all buy food.

-Inside the Santa Monica Police Department’s Botched Response to May’s Looting Spree

It's insane how bad a job they did.

-Eight Months After Shuttering Their NYC Venue, Upright Citizens Brigade Closes L.A.’s Sunset Theater

The one one Franklin remains.

-Disneyland Cancels Its Annual Passholder Program Due to the Pandemic

Well, that sucks. 

Coming out April 12 
 
Satoru Iwata was the global president and CEO of Nintendo and a gifted programmer who played a key role in the creation of many of the world’s best-known games. He led the production of innovative platforms such as the Nintendo DS and the Wii, and laid the groundwork for the development of the wildly successful Pok√©mon Go game and the Nintendo Switch. Known for his analytical and imaginative mind, but even more for his humility and people-first approach to leadership, Satoru Iwata was beloved by game fans and developers worldwide.