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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 complaining about how cold it is, wondering if he should start a commune, and petting all the stray cats.
Emmanuel Hapsis's Latest Posts
What happens when music execs try to silence a local designer’s Smiths-Peanuts mashup? Morrissey comes to the rescue!
What are we all to do after we get light-headed from rage-posting on Facebook about the government shutdown? Laugh through the pain with the help of Colbert, Stewart, and company!
Ben Stiller announced plans to adapt Reality Bites for television. These are the reasons why this is a terrible idea.
Nsync is reuniting at the VMAs after over a decade apart! This historical moment is best expressed through this series of animated gifs.
Lauren LoPrete, an Oakland designer who shot to internet fame this week by pairing Smiths lyrics with Peanuts characters, talks about her inspiration for This Charming Charlie, how it feels to be tweeted by Aziz Ansari and Snoopy, and which instant internet celebrity she enjoys most.
Is the feud between Katy Perry and Lady Gaga fans about a difference in musical taste or something much deeper?
Miss Outside Lands this year? Worry not: here are some highlights!
How a fun app full of pretty pictures can shape-shift into an ugly obsession.