Author Archives: Molly
When the Food Network fired Paula Deen, we fell back on hashtags and tittering. When Yeezy brought a whole lot of race to the forefront and told us to hurry up with his damn croissants, we fell back on the beats, the artistry. By the time the Supreme Court said the least-functioning Congress in recent […]
Another day, another Amanda Bynes tweet. For the past few months the pop culture world seems to be on the edge of its seat waiting to see what words will come from Bynes’s fingertips next. Her internet escapades have included risque “selfies,” odd tweets to other celebrities, rambling explanations of her legal troubles and a […]
She Runs The World: Beyonce and Feminism. via She Runs The World: Beyonce and Feminism.
I recently found myself on CNN.com, looking for the original clip referenced by another article. When I got to the front page, I was genuinely shocked by how few of the “Featured” articles seemed to feature news. Some (“Teen kicked out of SCRABBLE tourney”) merely struck me as fluffy, interest pieces better suited for Yahoo! […]
The landing of Curiosity on Mars has created yet another media frenzy around the otherwise overlooked world of scientific exploration and discovery. Just last month the discovery of the Higgs boson “God Particle” created similar interest. What’s notable about these scientific moments is that they have had the ability to captivate a mass audience despite […]
Some of the interesting articles floating around these here interwebs this week. Makes for some interesting Hump Day reading. A NYT Opinion Piece on the ways in which White Power doesn’t look like we expect, “The Sound of Hate“: But the reality is more complicated. White power adherents are not typically “out” about their extremist […]
The reactions to the shooting that took place at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin Sunday all have one thing in common: expressions of tragedy. Beyond that? There is a lot of disagreement about what needs to be said, what isn’t being said and what it all means. While some would have us focus […]