Time is money and we are all busy, so peruse the Best of 2020 lists wisely and fill your coffers with the best of film, television, and music that 2020 had to offer and satisfy those entertainment cravings today!
Good. Better. Worst? 2020 is rough...ly a third of the way through so far and man if it doesn't feel like three times that. Any year where literally the entire world is force-quarantined by a pandemic is, to put it nicely, awkward. I doubt it is anyone's idea of fun to hole up at home
2019, fittingly for the end of the decade, was a year permeated with creative, thoughtful and introspective works from masters of film, television, music, literature and beer alike. Please enjoy these lists of the Best of 2019 and what it had to offer.
Since 2012 when I first began this blog, I have frequently used my love of all things pop culture to influence my blog posts. I often write on pop culture-influenced subjects like the Netflix takeover on television or the problem with the Oscars in my open letter to the Academy, and each year I have... Continue Reading →
2017 has been a surprisingly great year for quality music videos. The medium is fast-growing as artists are increasingly using video to showcase artistic creativity that accentuates and often elevates the music. Credit artists like Beyoncé and Frank Ocean for reinventing the music + video and pushing other artists to put energy into creating visual narratives.... Continue Reading →
-A great track or two does not always a great album make. As such, there are many differences between my top tracks and top albums of 2017 (so far). I encourage you to use this list as a guide to some truly wonderful albums that have already come out
With another year nearly in the books, it is again time for reflection on the best of the wholly unpredictable (Trump?!?!?) year that was. And, as it always is, time is precious so I won’t be overly verbose here. So without further ado, here are a few of my favorite things from 2016… Television Shows 1. Atlanta, FX 2. The... Continue Reading →