Emmanuel Hapsis received his MFA in creative writing from California College of the Arts. As an Interactive producer, he helps produce The Writers' Block (an audio podcast featuring author’s readings), the websites for The Do List (radio and online weekly event picks) and This Week in Northern California (a TV weekly news roundup), writes for the KQED Arts blog, and is a co-editor of KQED Pop. He spends a majority of his time crushing on Abe Lincoln and sharing his whiskey far and wide.
Emmanuel Hapsis's Latest Posts
Last night, folk singer Michelle Shocked surprised fans at Yoshi’s when she declared that gay marriage will bring destruction upon us all. How original!
A magazine cover featuring Michelle Williams sparks outrage and cries of racism. Which begs the question: where does political correctness end and extremism begin?
Music Videos You Should Watch Right This Second: Beach House “Wishes” and The Knife “A Tooth for an Eye”
New clips from Beach House and the Knife prove that the music video is doing just fine without a channel thank you very much.
The internet grants you a TGIF gift in the form of screaming goats.
In less than three minutes, Quvenzhané Wallis wins our hearts and the award for Best Personification of CuteOverload.com.
The season finale of Downton Abbey is upon us (say it ain’t so)! Let’s put wallowing on hold for now and instead take a musical journey through the evolution of the Crawley girls! Oh, and, if you aren’t caught up with the show, I wouldn’t read this ’cause there are HELLA SPOILERS.