Category Archives: Pop Culture

October 03

Hocus Pocus

October 02

Countdown to Halloween!

Originally posted on iheartfilm:
October holds a special place in my holiday heart because I get to celebrate my favorite day of the year, Halloween. Just picture it. A darkened theater, a bucket of popcorn, sitting terrified and curled up in a ball;  just for the scare of it! ‘Cause this is thriller, thriller night.’…

October 01

Halloween Thursdays: Alfred Hitchcock Movies

Originally posted on ASSHOLES WATCHING MOVIES :
Wandering Through the Shelves has us celebrating Halloween all month, representing a bit of a blindspot for me since I have a pretty low tolerance for being scared. So, when paying tribute to the Master of Suspense, I have selected three of my favourite (but not necessarily the scariest)…

September 26

Newsweek’s Top 100 Books of All Time

Titles Order The Social Contract and Discourses by Jean-Jacques Rousseau War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy 2009, No. 1 War and Peace (1/2) by Leo Tolstoy 2009, No. 1 War and Peace (2/2) by Leo Tolstoy 2009, No. 1 Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell 2009, No. 2 Ulysses by James Joyce 2009, No. 3 Lolita […]

September 20

10 Times Mindy Lahiri Got Me

Originally posted on little miss square eyes:
If you haven’t watched The Mindy Project, then what have you been doing with your life? Seriously. If you have a spare 20 minutes in your day then this time would be well spent getting to know Dr Mindy Lahiri and the rest of the gang from Shulman…

March 10

The Seven Words You Can’t Say

In 1972, George Carlin named seven words that you cannot say on television. These words were a mix of sexual and profanity. They also led to Carlin to being arrested for disturbing the peace. I have five words to add to this list. Can’t. Hate. Honestly. Should. Won’t. Really if you lose the concept of […]

January 06

10 Incredible Moments From People’s Choice Awards 2015

December 07


You cannot discuss fashion in the 1970’s without using the word Halston. The decade belonged to the designer. He put America on the fashion map. He stretched and manipulated perceptions, conception, and tested. Icons Liza Minnelli, Elizabeth Taylor, Martha Graham, Bianca Jagger and Candice Bergen introduced his collection. Warhol referred to the man as ”the art form of the 70’s.” […]

November 30

Fashion as a Second Skin

J.W. Anderson, Carine Roitfeld, Tom Ford, Coco Chanel. Through my travels and my time in different cultures, I have come to possess a special appreciation for fashion. I used to think of it as the art of the ridiculous. I also saw ready-to-wear clothes as the art of conformity. Then I watched 16 hours of fashion […]

November 27

The Family Thanksgiving Tradition You Just Can’t Stand – White House Edition

Good to know even the President of the United States isn’t exempt from teenage side-eye. It’s like a parental rite of passage. Today, President Obama held the annual tradition of pardoning a turkey. Best part about the ceremony was that his daughters – Sasha and Malia – could barely contained their disdain for the production. […]