The Grinder and the One Season Show Syndrome

What comes to mind when you think of a show that’s been canceled after one season? In most cases, I assume that the show is terrible, unwatchable, and not worth my time. Besides, aren’t we all looking for a multi-season show to satisfy our binge watching needs for months (or

The Real Issue with Kim Kardashian’s Newest Nude

NOT-SO-BREAKING NEWS: Kim Kardashian posted another nude photo. Although I don’t think most people would consider this a new thing for Kim Kardashian, for some reason, this particular nude picture really struck a nerve for a number of people. Because it’s 2016, this angry backlash naturally occurred through a sass-filled

“The Life of Pablo” Album Review

It’s been 3 years since Kanye released the polarizing and critically acclaimed Yeezus. Filled with industrial grit, frustration, and unrelenting ego, Yeezus was a picture of a man who was at his wits’ end, but still had more to create. If you keep up with Kanye (or pop culture in

5 Thoughts on Our Generation’s Feminist Manifesto

If you’ve ever encountered, willingly or unwillingly, Beyoncé’s “Flawless,” then you’re familiar with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie— Nigerian author, activist, and, dare I say it, definitive feminist of our time. Queen Bey sampled a part of Adichie’s widely received TED Talk on feminism in the song, further launching her voice into