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Cinema in the Age of Stupidity

Although cinema holds many useful purposes in modern society, perhaps its most important function is its ability to generate empathy, and ultimately, to foster social change. 1,324 more words


Why I Love Harry Potter

  About 3 months ago, I decided on a whim, to re-read one of my favourite books from the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and  the Prisoner of Azkaban. 1,508 more words


The Stake Podcast Episode 5: Should Pop Culture Grow Up?

AO Scott thinks Adulthood in American Culture is Dead. Chris, Andrew and Chris ask the next question: How do we define adulthood? Is the debate about art and adulthood the same old generational debate, or is there something unique about our current pop culture climate? 67 more words


A Musing on Misogyny and a Guest-Blogging Stint.

As promised, here’s another quick update with another writing-related announcement. Before I get to that, I wanted to point to this piece I published this morning at Medium about CeeLo Green and whatever terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad mess is going on with him right now. 636 more words


The big political week in comic-book news

According to a recent bit of market analysis, 24 million Americans on Facebook identified themselves as fans of comic-books. This doesn’t come close to grasping the reach of the comics industry, which spans far beyond the books. 1,607 more words


"Alyssa Rosenberg, Hobby Lobby, & Contraception's Place in Popular Culture"

Alyssa Rosenberg, Hobby Lobby, & Contraception’s Place in Popular Culture
Dr. Mark S. Latkovic
July 6, 2014

Alyssa Rosenberg is a young writer who blogs, sometimes engagingly, about popular culture for… 211 more words

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