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Theater Review: Aristophanes’
Gone Cuckoo in the Best Possible Way
A life-affirming, madly colorful production of a 2,500-year-old play.
The 25 Greatest Disaster Movies of All Time
Only the Brave.
Revisiting the Show That Launched Alexander McQueen’s Career
A new biography documents his 1995 spring collection, inspired by
Hitchcock Movie Happening in Queens
Yet Another Bird Attack Grounds LaGuardia Flight
For the second time this week.
Birds Fail to Take Down a Plane Near LaGuardia
The avian menace strikes again.
Evil-Seeming Birds Attack Pope Francis’s Peaceful Doves
Seems like a sign of something bad.
Snowy Owls Spared Violent Deaths, Because Look at Them
Airports will try not to kill them with shotguns.
Yet Another Red-Tailed Hawk Found Dead
is going on?
It was a bird pretending to be its dead bird mom!
Manhattan Now Has Its Own Dead-Bird Mystery
This one might not be a freak natural occurrence.
Bird Die-Off Mystery Solved When Government Admits It Just Killed Them All Out of Frustration
At least it wasn’t the End Times.
Turtle Doves Poisoned by Sunflower Seeds
Scientists: Mass Deaths of Creatures Occur All the Time
Not to worry!
Of Course Anderson Cooper Would Interview Kirk Cameron About Who Killed the Birds
Kirk Cameron holds to keys to all mysteries.
5,000 Dead Blackbirds Had ‘Hit Something Very Hard’
When they shouldn’t have been out flying in the first place.
Thousands of Blackbirds Dropped Dead From the Sky in Arkansas This Weekend
Watch the Trailer for
Birdemic: Shock and Terror
, the Next Hilariously Great Cult Horror Movie
It’s ‘The Birds’ meets ‘The Room,’ and it looks amazing.
Michael Bay Is the Alfred Hitchcock Our Era Deserves
Also: Nas responds to Def Jam in a totally reasonable manner!