Is Mad Men entering the era of the serial killer?
Mad Men ends its season; the think pieces go on and on.
The Chicago Humanities Festival hosted a panel discussion by the editors of the book Mad Men, Mad World.
A little knowledge—of a place or a TV show character—can be worse than none at all.
Geoff Benge’s midcentury-mod apartment is one part Mad Men, one part acid trip
Don Draper says, “I’m excited about Origins Week. Now, where’s my scotch?” In the Season Four finale of Mad Men, Faye Miller angrily tells Don Draper, “You only like the beginnings of things.” Well, so do we! And like the show, we have a dashing man working in our advertising department who is living under […]
I wish Jon Hamm were still an unknown actor
Moms, avert your eyes. The Cereal Killer is even less healthy than cereal with chocolate milk—it’s a cereal-covered bon bon molded on a plastic spoon for your convenience, by Brass Knuckle Bon Bons. Your call. $3 for 5, etsy.com/people/brassknucklebonbons.
Strange though it may seem, truth can be hard to come by in the advertising game.
Thoughts on TV ads seen too often during the Olympics