Month: January 2014

Has Madonna Finally Become Irrelevant?

Wednesday night, to the surprise of no one, Madonna popped out of the audience to perform with Miley Cyrus at her MTV Unplugged concert. It surprised no one, not because it was spoiled earlier in the week, but because Madonna has made it a habit of late to shoehorn herself into the pop culture conversation, no

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Josh Charles Needs An Emmy For The Good Wife’s “Decision Tree” Episode!

I stumbled upon this scene completely by accident, and I have been borderline obsessed with it all day. I have been dabbling in watching The Good Wife for a while now, simply because many people consider it the best show on television. The episodes I’ve seen of the first season were amazing. Unfortunately, I haven’t had

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Five Classic Grammy Performances

Last Sunday, some of the world’s biggest music artists performed at the Grammys, the recording industry’s biggest night. It was generally lackluster night, filled with bland and, in some cases, inexplicable displays of the past twelve months of music. By far, the most electrifying performance was given by Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons, while Daft

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Macklemore Shouldn’t Have To Apologize For His Grammy Success

As promised, here is my second Macklemore Grammy post of the day. By now, everyone is familiar with the growing discontent (putting it mildly) over Macklemore & Ryan Lewis sweeping the 2014 Grammys and effectively shutting out fellow nominee Kendrick Lamar, who many felt recorded the superior album with good kid, m.A.A.d city. I also

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’s “Heartwarming” Grammy Performance Left Me Cold

This is probably going to be the first of quite a few Macklemore-centric posts coming down the pipe, since they just took home four awards at last night’s Grammys. I’m pretty sure the next one will be more affirmative for them, so bare with me if you are a fan of the pop-rap superstar (and

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