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So I came across this article today at the XOJane website. You can read the article here. Long story short… the author thinks moms are horrible, selfish people. After I read it, I felt compelled to say something. My comment is … Continue reading
Big news! Pop Culture Parent is coming to the radio! Actually, Twila Dang (my government name will be hosting a Pop Culture talk show called POP LIFE on MyTalk107.1 in St. Paul, MN. The show will air on Saturdays from … Continue reading
Disney’s purchase of LucasFilm, combined with Disney’s musical film background opens the door for the only Star Wars sequel I truly want to see… The Star Wars Holiday Special part II Remember the cheesy goodness… Star Wars Holiday Special Song … Continue reading
NBC, bring back my Community… or else (and by “or else” I mean pretty, pretty please with sugar and puppies and rainbows on top). At least the cast can have fun with the delay.
I like this video. Maybe I would love it if I didn’t feel like it was one big shill for Disney products. Because, my house is chock full of Princess… and not in a good way.
Solange Knowles has a huge shadow to step out from behind. It can’t be easy to be Beyonce’s baby sister. Although she’s had a few reboots in her career, I always find myself slightly intrigued to see what she’ll do … Continue reading
Is your love big enough for what’s to come? Crank it up people! I love Lianne La Havas.
I’ve never been one to invest too much in New Year’s resolutions. I never looked at January as the time of renewal. It mostly serves as the time of year when I mess up a lot of checks writing the … Continue reading
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