From the MP, from the boston rally
Basically, it’s a pop song contest that will involve the entire continent of Asia. (First competition will only involve 20 countries at first).
Brought to you by this badass soldier.
Like most of America, I’ve had a week. Whereas Charlottesville, Va., touched off a week of necessary discussions, debates and arguments centering largely on our president’s ignorance and emboldening of the very real problems in America, I’ve had exhausting, draining and, ultimately, disappointing arguments about…
What do you listen to when you’re in the mood to get reaaaaaal nasty? (and chill I realize this post is up before 9 am lol)
Is too late now to say sorry!!!
Barring that there is a nuclear holocaust or a military coup.
Below is a transcript of our interview with Steven Thrasher, a writer-at/large for The Guardian U.S. and a doctoral fellow in American Studies at New York University.
Since the Olympics are returning to Korea quite soon, I thought that this would be an appropriate throwback. This Emmy-Award winning song was written specifically for the 1988 Olympics and Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea, and their respective soundtracks. The song was actually written, by Albert Hammond and John…
A short collage of things that Millennials have killed.
If you felt a disturbance in the force today, there’s a good chance it was caused by Solange deleting her Twitter account after speaking out against the events at Charlottesville. Last night the singer posted one last tweet, showing support for Takiyah Thompson, a Carolina Central University student who was arrested…
This is apparently a series that takes place every week (who knew?)
That’s not pessimism.