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Pop Culture Week in Review: April 26-May 2, 2014

May 2, 2014 |

I cannot properly start this week’s Pop Culture Week in Review without giving another round of applause to Nik Heimach for last week’s PCWIR, written entirely in iambic pentameter as a tribute to Shakespeare. It doesn’t matter if the news is a week+ old… check it out if you haven’t.

Now on to the matter at hand – talking about what happened in pop culture this week. And let’s be honest… what else did you think I was going to start with? STAR WARS IS COMING BACK FOR REAL!

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Pop Culture Week in Review 3/15-3/21

March 21, 2014 |

It was a busy week for the world of pop culture. Progress was made in legal battles, details of highly anticipated film and TV projects were announced, and Courtney Love tried to solve a mystery. As is the case with life, there were good things and bad things about the week. In the interest of ending on a positive note, let’s start by tackling the negative bits. I always was one to ask for bad news first.

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Pop Culture Week in Review: January 18-24

January 24, 2014 |

How are you all doing?

Awards show red carpet followers? You all feeling a bit overwhelmed? Hang in there.

Beliebers? Remember to take a deep breath. It gets Bieber—I MEAN BETTER.

Grammy nominees? You’re going to a stupid awards show this weekend.

It’s the pop culture week in review for January 18-24. Who’s up first? Oh … wait … crap … Let’s just get it out of the way … Read More

Pop Culture Week in Review 1/19-1/25

January 25, 2013 | 1

Look, a lot of things happened this week.  I know what you guys really want to talk about, but we really have to address some things first.  Important things.  Like Doctor Who important.

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Pop Culture Special Report: Star Wars

November 3, 2012 |

The Star Wars franchise is nothing short of a generational touchstone…I literally can’t think of any comparable cultural phenom that has so pervasively shaped and galvanized viewers to the extent that Star Wars has. It’s embedded in my — and our — cultural DNA in a unique way and these are enduring strands.” – Shawn Levy*

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