KQED Pop is a daily blog edited by Emmanuel Hapsis and Lizzy Acker that critically examines the social and cultural impact of music, movies, television, advertisements, fashion, the internet and all the other collective experiences that make us laugh, cringe and cry. We focus on local, national and international experiences with a Bay Area lens. We don’t do reviews.
KQED Pop's Latest Posts
With Levi’s and Converse both soon finding homes near Market and Powell, their savvy advertisers are hoping to convince you just how cool the brands still are.
What does your watching strategy for the new season of Arrested Development say about who you are as a person, or more importantly, which character you are on the show?
More and more data visualization is becoming a part of everyday life. And a lot of it comes from right here in the Bay Area.
As visual artists around the Bay prepare to ascend to rank of Master of Fine Arts, KQED Pop went to the Old Mint to meet the future of the art world.
KQED Pop talks to the director and star of Twenty Feet from Stardom, a film that explores the obscure history of backup singers.