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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.
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Living in San Francisco has turned me into more of a hippie than I was, but the foundation of my Mother Earth-loving self was not born here, but in front of Nickelodeon in the early ’90s.
In celebration of Arrested Development’s return to our lives, let’s express all the emotions that got us to this point with an animated gif timeline!
In nearly all 96 episodes of Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock, Red and the gang discussed or alluded to death in some way and this supercut is here to prove it.
I listened to all 3+ hours of the Prop 8 and DOMA Supreme Court hearings to give you this: a list of audio highlights that include Justice Kagan explaining menopause, Justice Scalia reciting Destiny’s Child lyrics, and so much more. You’re welcome!
Mondays are the worst, but a clip of Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Jeopardy from the ’90s vault is just the thing to turn that frown upside-down!
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!