‘Tootsie’ on Broadway review: It won’t let you down

First things first: A musical? About Tootsie? It has no business working as well as it does. 
I mean, really. Who could have predicted this? A show-to-stage extravaganza, based on the beloved, Oscar-nominated 1982 comedy about a desperate, out-of-work actor who disguises himself as a woman because he thinks it’ll be easier to get parts that way (HA), and winds up falling in love with a co-star and learning a few things along the way is one of those tales you’d be forgiven for thinking is best left in the past.
Happily, this thoroughly modern update is a genuine thrill, mostly thanks to…

‘Tootsie’ on Broadway review: It won’t let you down

Recommended Reading: Coachella was built for YouTube

Coachella 2019 review: A festival built for YouTube
Paul A. Thompson,
Pitchfork For years, Coachella's opening weekend has been a huge event for YouTube. A weekend's worth of livestreams don't deliver all of the acts to your living room, but the s… …

Revelation that Goombas might have arms and hands rocks video game world

Not since Mario’s nipples has the video game world been rocked this hard by a revelation about anatomy: Goombas have arms and hands!
The discovery of these appendages comes courtesy of photos of a Goomba keshi rubber figure (an eraser) shared to Twitter by user Joe Piconi, which shows the Goomba with his arms and hands folded behind his back, thus giving him the armless appearance.

Goombas have arms and hands. They are folded neatly behind their backspic.twitter.com/nRXVi6u92f
— Joe Piconi (@joepiconi) April 19, 2019

This is a potentially stunning revelation given that, for decades, the Goombas have been able to do all kinds of…

Revelation that Goombas might have arms and hands rocks video game world