“Hir and Now” explores the long-standing relationships between queerness and the theatre. It brings in such disparate evidence as Will Cather’s short story “Paul’s Case” and Kinky Boots. The discussion takes on queer stereotypes as well as the welcoming outlet for queer performers that theatre in America has long represented.
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I had a Facebook memory pop up the other day that almost made me cry.
The quarterfinals this year were quite historic, for once. Every single team who previously won an LCS split has now been knocked out, leaving an empty banner for either a new team fresh into the split or a team who has been competing for the banner for a while now. How did this happen?
TRIGGER WARNING: POLITICS WILL BE DISCUSSED We're back witches, with another magical episode of the Coven Podcast. This week, we're looking at the alt-right. We will be discussing what has been going on lately with this political ideology. Is this too far to lean on the political spectrum or is it fine? All of this and more in this episode of The Coven.
This week on Remixed/ Coven we are talking about inspirational women because this month is International Women's Month! We are also discussing Drake's cover of Lemon, Eminem's controversial new song, Lil Dicky's new song, and Pearl Jam's out-of-the-blue release.
Welcome to Byte's new and improved How It's Played. On this week's episode we will be discussing the world of indie games and the game that got everyone in the horror genre talking, Doki Doki Literature Club. Stay tuned to find out our thoughts on this and more.
The steam from the taco meat fogged my glasses as I took the pot off the hot stove.
Vaporwave is a music genre that originated in the early 2010’s as an ironic version of chillwave which is a subsection of synthwave which spawned from electronic music. It’s all very a e s t h e t i c.
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Daley, and Dylan discuss Jake Paul’s gun violence documentary, Frances McDormand’s speech at the Oscars advocating for inclusion riders, and Trump’s recent comments on the dangers of violent video games.
Welcome to InQueeries & Theories. This week we are discussing Love Simon. Is the queer community represented well in this medium? Are the actors appropriate? All of this and more in this episode of InQueeries & Theories.
We're back witches, with another magical episode of the Coven Podcast. This week, we're looking at social media and how it can have it negative sides. Social media can be used for a plethora of things, but there are definitely some negative activities that occur. Be prepared, because we talk about some serious topics in this episode of The Coven.
Cell phones today are more powerful than ever and capable of listening in on anything said around them. The apps we use are owned by people who make the bulk of their money from advertisements.
‘Far Cry 5’ manages to break free from the “Ubisoft open-world game” tropes, providing a gameplay experience that stays consistently fresh throughout the entire playthrough. The game may not be perfectly designed, but manages to be fun even during the most frustrating bits. The story and characters also surpass expectations, being very compelling to learn about throughout the journey. Ubisoft continues to nail their stellar presentation as well, this time in a whole new environment. It may be a rocky road at times, but the journey through it is definitely worth the trouble. Hope County is definitely worth the visit for those who’ve either never experienced this type of game before or for those who’ve become burnt out on the open-world genre.
The short documentary When Kids Wrote the Headlines: The Children’s Express/Y-Press Story details an Indianapolis program that allowed children as young as 10 to work alongside their slightly older peers under the watch of reporters for the Indianapolis Star.
Crying is a sign of weakness. That’s what society has been teaching us for a long time. It’s a sign of weakness, especially if you’re a boy. If that’s the case, I suppose I was very weak as a child. I cried a lot.
Pretty. Odd. finds meaning in vibrant personifications of nature and small doses of reality crouched in fantasy. A psychedelic naturalism and lively effervescence spills from its 15 eclectic tracks.
I don’t think anyone truly expected 100 Thieves, especially after their midseason slump, to go on a winning streak and burn everyone to ashes. Then again, I’m pretty sure I predicted that they could make that run if they kept up momentum. And they sure did. And we never saw it coming.
'Tomb Raider' is a somewhat unfocused action-adventure film that still manages to provide some charisma. Director Roar Uthaug gets confused in a visual style that defines our realistic expectations for most of the film, but is able to make up for it with a compelling character in Lara Croft. While it won’t redefine the video game movie subgenre, it still is an entertaining film to watch.
Overall, this episode provides spectacular views on Andrew’s life. The conflict within his life is revealed through emotional scenes with intense acting. The change in mood of the episode is consistent and leaves the audience wanting to see more. His motives seem to be making more sense as the show progresses.
“The Key” is actually an interesting episode, while at the same time being confusing and pointless. There were some seeds planted that will hopefully be brought back in cool ways later on. On the other side, there were points in the episode that either could’ve been handled better (Gracie’s entrance) or didn’t need to happen at all (Negan vs. Rick).