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Emmanuel Hapsis received his MFA in creative writing from California College of the Arts. When he's not editing or writing for KQED Pop, he spends his time wondering if he should start a commune and petting all the stray cats.
Emmanuel Hapsis's Latest Posts
Iggy Azalea and Peaches Christ pay their respects to Clueless, the sacred text for every ’90s kid.
Baltimore duo Beach House sample sounds from the interstellar journeys of Voyager 1 and 2 for “Saturn Song.”
More than three boring hours boiled down to the best 10 moments.
Reggie White and Adrian Anchondo share the inspiration behind their ode to Beyonce, the reasons they love San Francisco, and a rhyme about BART to the tune of another Beyonce jam.
Local artists Reggie White and Adrian Anchondo braved Ocean Beach’s frigid waters to elevate Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love” into a parody about being in a long distance relationship with Dunkin’ Donuts.
If you haven’t taken notice of the sport since Tara Lipinski adorably won gold in 1998, no matter. Here’s a run-down of who and what you need to know before tonight’s big event!