My store put up the holiday trees and started the 50/50 holiday music a couple weeks ago. For the first time in my life, I actually don’t mind. If I’m completely honest, I kind of like it. (I know, I know. I don’t even know who I am anymore. First Brussels sprouts and now this.) Read More This Open Thread is Starting Holiday Music Early
With this “Women Who Rock” post becoming a weekly thing, I decided that I wanted to honor Black History Month by focusing on a different Black female music artist each week. The problem is that there are only four Fridays in February and I just could not narrow it down to only four ladies. (Obviously, I’ve got the whole year to write about talented women of any race and I will but I still need to choose some for this month.) Read More Women Who Rock – Fabulous Five – Black History Month
We’re less dance party and more on the loud guitars this week, friends. 1991 had its fair share of widely considered “important” albums, but I’ve managed a few quieter gems as well. Let’s get to it.
Don’t you love living in a time with so many women’s voices talking about lady things? Of course you do!
OBSERVATION 1: I miss fat Jonah Hill. Read More I Miss Fat Jonah Hill: And Other Mostly Pointless Celebrity Observations, in No Particular Order