The incomparable Joe Pass plays the finest chord melody jazz guitar here before accompanying the equally gifted Ella Fitzgerald at an intimate concert in Hannover, Germany. There's nothing finer to be found in the world of music. One voice and one guitar tells the whole story of harmonic and melodic truth. Sublime.
People are losing their shit (and not in a good way) over this funny-ass trailer. Stand aside clowns and let the comediennes do their thing. Rock it sisters!
The illustrious Fillmore Towne Theatre (the oldest cinema in all of California — Mary Pickford performed on its stage) gets a cool cameo in "Pee-wee's Big Holiday." Of course the "old highway" is in the opposite direction, because that's how they do it in the movies. I had the pleasure of seeing "Ratatouille" there before the cinema closed in 2011 due to lack of financial support. The landmark cinema (located at 338 Central Avenue) opened in 1916. I love this theater, and evidently I'm not the only one. I hope one day it can be reopened. In the meantime, keep an eye out for it in "Pee-wee's Big Holiday." It comes up just after the milkshake scene!
America's last investigative journalist Greg Palast tells you what you need to know about the country's ongoing system of voter-theft. There is so much corruption and no accountability in this country; we can't go on like this for very much longer.