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Monthly Archives: August 2012
I’m adding a new feature here on Pop Culture Parent. Let’s shorthand some of these pressing Pop Culture issues with my handly little three word assessment! Here goes… Republican National Convention – make it rain! The Expendables II – explosive … Continue reading
Whoa! Just freakin… Whoa! Watch the whole thing. Trust me, your mind will be blown in the best possible way! invisible bike helmet
Clara C is back! I’ve talked about her before, but I love me some Clara C. She’s done a terrific cover of David Guetta feat. Sia’s Titanium. Check it out!
Over the past several years, I have watched the increase in media coverage of what we’ll call the young hipsters gone grandma movement. This movement consists largely of young adults (ages 35 and under) co-opting pursuits that my Southern grandma … Continue reading
The Olympics have left you with a huge Spice Girls-sized hole in your life. Here is every single video they have every made! Go on! What are you waiting for?
Let’s talk about a quiet revolution. The best kind of revolution, where you see people just living their lives and showing that we can be different but fundamentally the same in all the ways that count. I’ve been watching this … Continue reading
Are you hungry? I always am I think it’s time for a round up of fun food stories from the internet! 1. Food cooking, prep and storage tips that will change your life! 2. Since I do write a blog and … Continue reading
I found a great article yesterday on Entertainment Weekly’s new Family Channel Blog. It’s an interview with the author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series, Jeff Kinney. Who knew that the series was never intended for kids? … Continue reading