A new TV show that compines a superb story, beautiful directing, hair-standing acting, and an astonishing waited-for attention to details.

Boss, the new TV show with an actor we all new as a comedy actor in Frasier, Kelsey Grammer delivers a beyond belief performance that we only witnessed in The Sopranos.

This show might revolve around politics, but it’s in no way political. It’s about power, minipulation, decite, and most importantly betrayel. The show is hypnotic due to the extreme artistic camera work and music composition. You might enter a state of trance while watching it, mesmarized by the powerful performances and threaded layered complex plot.

It’s not the sopranos, dare I say that the first season proved to be even better.


The Page Turner: A Fabulous Rube Goldberg Machine for Readers

Last week, The New York Times profiled Joseph Herscher, a 26-year-old kinetic artist who hails from New Zealand and now develops intentionally “absurd” and “useless” Rube Goldberg machines in his Brooklyn apartment. His latest contraption, called “The Page Turner,” just gets better as it rolls along. Perhaps the best part comes towards the end when Herscher’s pet hamster, Chester, makes a cameo appearance