I mention movies and other pop culture available about race. Some cable providers and streaming services are offering some movies for free that deal with issues surrounding race and racism.
My Top 5 tips on how to keep pop culture special during times when you’re perhaps consuming more than you typically would (e.g. a quarantine and global pandemic).
In this pop culture post, I discuss how my favorite currently airing TV show, “The Flash,” uses brain injury in its plots and as a part of its character development. This is my second blog post inspired by Brain Injury Awareness Month (March).
In preparation for the Golden Globe Awards on January 5th, this extra pop culture post features a ballot of the nominees. Pop that popcorn 🍿 and get ready to enjoy some movie and TV discussion.
A recent experience at a sleep clinic has me listing off the pop culture that portrays sleep or sleep disorders.
I answer the question: Where would I go if I could travel to indulge some pop culture whims and fascinations?