A List of Books for [Most] Men [Who] Don’t Read [Enough] Books By Women
Books / The Internet

A List of Books for [Most] Men [Who] Don’t Read [Enough] Books By Women

Today a friend shared the article – “Why Don’t Men Read Books by Women?” – from Feministing.com, and it got me thinking the same thing I’ve always thought – “Well, that’s surely generalizing, but ya, I can buy that Most Men Don’t Read Enough Books By Women.” There were two points in particular that caught … Continue reading

iWatch some Fall TV?
Television

iWatch some Fall TV?

Fall TV is essentially the entertainment industry’s equivalent of an Apple product launch: overwrought with sparkle, hype, and way too much money. Glitz, glamour, and highly anticipated public announcements abound! Fall TV is Broadcast Television’s chance to shine. As Cable gets better and better, and new “networks” pop up left and right (What is Crackle? Do … Continue reading

The Lorde & T. Swift Friendship Show (ft. Beyonce): VMA Highlights
Music / Television

The Lorde & T. Swift Friendship Show (ft. Beyonce): VMA Highlights

The VMA’s, little had I known before this year, are one of the most fun award shows to watch. Miley’s twerking notwithstanding, the VMA’s have the key ingredients to make an award show enjoyable: a) awesome performers b) tons of amazing and larger-than-life outfits, and c) Beyonce. They’re entertaining. The celebs don’t get bored. And they … Continue reading

Almost Royal + Delight of the Scripted-Unscripted
Television

Almost Royal + Delight of the Scripted-Unscripted

Maybe it’s my WASPy background, but there’s nothing I enjoy more than running into real people who fancy themselves superior to everyone around them for absolutely no good reason. Enjoy like in a hateful way. Georgie and Poppy Carlton, British Aristocrats on BBC America’s first “comedy-reality” series Almost Royal, who are 50th and 51st in line for … Continue reading