This week’s roundup is video heavy, so pause your Spotify playlist and let’s get to it.
It’s Women’s History Month! Yay! It’s also been just a week since the ending of one of the best shows in the last ten years, Parks and Recreation. Boo! I figured what better way to celebrate two of my favorite things than making a playlist for Ms. Leslie Knope? Read More Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane This Week: Leslie Knope Edition
While creating an Ultimate ’90s Playlist, I got to thinking about my past crushes and relationships. Probably because of the influence of TV and movies, I tend to associate specific songs with each person. Like how on Friends, “With or Without You” was used for Ross and Rachel.
My playlist is roughly in chronological order. Roughly. Share yours in the comments!
When you spend a lot of time discussing and reading about social issues, entertainment is no longer viewed through the same lens. Sometimes overhearing the most seemingly benign pop song will irritate me, and I’m off on a rant… Read More 5 Songs That Irritate the Activism In Me
Jezebel posted an article on Saturday with a compilation of remarks from celebrities, commenting on what it means to be a feminist.
In 1985, I was twelve. I had short feathered hair, wore my jeans rolled and wore flourescent jelly bracelets like it was my job. That year I wore teddy bear sweatshirts, pined for Guess! jeans, and I truly believed that “Life is not a spectator sport” (thanks, Reebok). Read More P-Mag Nostalgia Project: 1985
Apparently, my tastes and 1998 are nearly all about the block rockin’ beats.
What a great year 1994 was for music. Once again, I’ve found it nearly impossible to limit myself to just ten great songs and have instead picked fifteen while still leaving out so many that I hope we’ll talk about in the comments. Let’s start with some more pop tracks and finish with the rock ‘n’ roll, yeah?