How does your life change when you’re without a phone?
Riot Grrrl ringleader Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, and The Julie Ruin talks about her mysterious disappearance, the modern face of feminism, and The Punk Singer, the new documentary based on her life.
Through sampling Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED talk on feminism, Beyonce guarantees that millions will not only hear, but memorize what being a feminist truly means.
KQED Pop talks to director Régis Roinsard about his new movie Populaire and how the world of competitive typing was just like reality TV and even feminist.
Everyone’s mad about Miley Cyrus doing exactly what is expected of her last night on live TV. Why?
Tony Bravo talks to Lake Bell about her new movie, In a World, and discovers, among other things, the scourge that is sexy baby voice.
Is the feud between Katy Perry and Lady Gaga fans about a difference in musical taste or something much deeper?
My advice to you: leave work now. Go home. Get out your computer, put on your jammies and start watching Orange is the New Black. Here’s why:
Macklemore. He’s so f-ing earnest that every single one of his songs seems to be an anthem to honesty, kindness, fun, hope and love.
Over the last few years, roller derby’s indie-popularity has reached a boil and begun to froth over into pop culture. What do recent representations of derby in shows like The Bachelor and Bunheads tell us?