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Netflix Deep Dive | The Imposter

It seems as if we have just reached the tail of peak True Crime media. Having put phenomena like Serial, The Jinx, and Making a Murderer behind us allows some perspective. 802 more words

Pop Culture

What is Beyoncé’s LEMONADE? | 5 Possible Answers

Once upon a time in my freshman year of college, I was eyeballs deep in the middle of a heavy study session with my peers. The few of us buried in coursework, made no sounds except for the occasional rustling of a textbook page or the… 904 more words

Pop Culture

Top Podcasts of 2015: Part 1

#5. The Watch

Few things broke my heart in 2015 like the closure of Bill Simmons’ Grantland sports and pop culture site. After Simmons parted ways with Grantland’s parent company ESPN earlier in the year, it seemed like Grantland might carry on but on October 30, the site was shut down for good. 236 more words

Feature

Room uses its intriguing plot to explore essential themes of love and loss

The overall mind-fuckery that is at the heart of the harrowing Room, starring Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay, is what ultimately sticks with you in this tale of survival, but the plot is winding and tense and perversely beautiful enough to make it more than a simple rumination on both emotional and physical freedom — of which it most certainly is. 1,092 more words

Review

Life Is Just Time Spent Between New Fargo Episodes

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I wish I could write eloquently about Fargo. I wish I had one tenth the talent of guys like Greenwald or Sepinwall or any of the number of writers out there who can add to the experience of watching a show like this. 199 more words

From 'The AP Party': Grantland's Podcasts Brought Diverse Perspective to Those Who Might Have Missed It

Last week, I took the time to reflect on the diversity of Grantland’s Podcasts in a piece for The AP Party. Link to the full article below. 120 more words

The AP Party

Lost in the Pop Culture Wilderness: The End of the "Grantland" Era

ESPN announced Friday that they were completely closing or “suspending” the Grantland site. This news comes on the heels of months of the site slowly losing the voices that had built it into one of only a handful of places I, and I can only assume others (though not enough for ESPN) visited on a daily basis. 564 more words

Sports