Category: Pop Culture

  • Activision Blizzard Launches Workplace Responsibility Committee

    Activision Blizzard Launches Workplace Responsibility Committee

    On Nov. 22, Activision Blizzard’s board of directors reiterated its commitment to eradicating discrimination and harassment in the workplace by announcing the formation of a Workplace Responsibility Committee. The purpose of this committee is to oversee that Activision is successfully implementing its new procedures and policies aimed at improving workplace culture by ending all forms […]

  • Nobody Wins When the Family Feuds: Charlamagne Tha God Unravels Toxic Family Traits on Comedy Central TV Show

    Nobody Wins When the Family Feuds: Charlamagne Tha God Unravels Toxic Family Traits on Comedy Central TV Show

    “50 Million people will be traveling during the holiday season, some will be traveling Delta, others will be infected with it,” says Charlamagne Tha God, in a brand new episode of his late-night TV Show on Comedy Central, “Tha God’s Honest Truth.” The festive season is upon us and with that comes Charlamagne’s signature take […]

  • What Is CBD Oil?

    What Is CBD Oil?

    In December 2015, the FDA changed its regulations so that researchers could conduct CBD trials, and ever since, the popularity of CBD oil has risen rapidly. As we learn more about its potential benefits and uses, experts expect the market for CBD oil to continue growing. In fact, according to Data Bridge Market Research, the […]

  • Who Are the Villians in Stargirl?

    Who Are the Villians in Stargirl?

    Stargirl season 1 aired on the streaming platform DC Universe and eventually moved over to The CW, where it was renewed for a second season. Stargirl was created by Geoff Johns, and follows the story of a young high school student who becomes a superhero after discovering a powerful weapon. Learn more about some of the […]

  • 4 Tips to Guarantee Successful Home Improvements

    4 Tips to Guarantee Successful Home Improvements

    During the pandemic, the average American has been spending more money than ever before on home improvements. But, unfortunately, not all of them will be successful. Sometimes owners make changes they think will renovate their homes, only for their projects to turn into a colossal failure. You don’t want that! Fortunately, this post is here […]

  • Reasons The Commander Is Worth A Read!

    Reasons The Commander Is Worth A Read!

    The biggest highlight of a book for me is the fact that there is always more to explore. I love to invest myself in a good series because that way, I can get invested in the characters and build a bond with their arch which comes to a satisfying conclusion. The fact that the Omni […]

  • How To Find Water in the Desert

    How To Find Water in the Desert

    Every time you go out into the desert, you might be running low on water. Bring more than you think that you would require. If you can read this and still be lost, call for help right away. While in the desert, avoid losing water or having to hunt for water. Keeping a well stocked […]

  • FlowerBomb TV Shows There Is No Single Way to Find Success in Art

    FlowerBomb TV Shows There Is No Single Way to Find Success in Art

    For those who are looking to find success in the field of art, most people believe that there is only one path. The vast majority of people start painting, sculpting, or working in the art field as a child. Then, they go to college where they refine their artistry. The good news is that art […]

  • Highly Recommended Cutting Edge Self-help Books in the Times of COVID

    Highly Recommended Cutting Edge Self-help Books in the Times of COVID

    Have you had enough of the binge-watching, untimely meals, lack of confidence, and relatively cranky last couple of weeks? Perfect! While self-awareness is a great place to start, we have some specially curated, cutting-edge self-help books to help you reinvent yourself in these challenging times.   Surviving Remote Work by Sharon Koifman We’ve all had […]

  • Celebrate All Things Spooky at The BookFest

    Celebrate All Things Spooky at The BookFest

    Are you ready for Halloween? Celebrate all things spooky with The BookFest®! The scariest holiday of the year is almost upon us, and things look a little different this time around. Trick or treating is canceled in a lot of cities and people can only see your costumes from far away. Instead of giving up […]

  • The Health Behind Sleep

    When a person sleeps in, the body can rest. As mundane and unrealistic as it sounds, sleeping longer occasionally is highly recommended by doctors. When a person allows additional time for the body to rest and heal, it can be very beneficial to a person. Of course, Ken Kurson doesn’t recommend missing important tasks because […]

  • How Social Media Sells Dieting

    Social media has done a great deal for diet culture. It has established that there is a whole industry just based on getting people to lose weight. Many health specialists like Helen Lee Schifter have maintained a way to avoid such residuals from social media. Many influencers and socialites struggle with mental health issues thanks […]

  • David Koonar Shares 5 (Inexpensive) Cameras New Photographers Will Love

    David Koonar, a professional photographer from Canada, has been through it all when it comes to his cameras.

  • “Business For Good”: Paul Shapiro’s Industry Illuminating Podcast

    “Business For Good”: Paul Shapiro’s Industry Illuminating Podcast

    Podcasts offer the perfect on-the-go listening experience, providing active listeners with meaningful content to consume at any time. Ranging from educational to downright entertaining, many podcasts highlight cultural events, current news, business trends, and other relevant notions. Listeners often gain firsthand accounts of personal stories, glimpses inside business operations, and access into worlds otherwise unfamiliar. […]

  • Does TikTok Pose a Security Threat?

    Does TikTok Pose a Security Threat?

    The social media platform TikTok came to the US in August 2018 and quickly became a massive hit. Primarily used by teenagers, the app has an estimated 65 million users in the US alone. Since the pandemic began, many more users of all ages have joined TikTok to participate in its many viral challenges. As […]

  • El Europeo Makes His Mark in the Industry with a Comeback

    El Europeo Makes His Mark in the Industry with a Comeback

    During the past few years, the music industry has seen a lot of change. There have been new genres popping up all over the place as the expectations of listening audiences have evolved. Furthermore, thanks to the global nature music, there’s a lot more fusion taking place in the industry. It has given rise to […]

  • The ORG, Protests, and Lessons From the Past

    The ORG, Protests, and Lessons From the Past

    Scott Brody’s The ORG has proven to be a timely release. Set in the near future, The ORG revolves around the political elements in a polarized society rocked by extreme social forces and the rapid deterioration of the environment by climate change, which has spiraled entirely out of control. At the same time part political […]

  • What is a drive in rave and has it become our new normal?

    What is a drive in rave and has it become our new normal?

    Ok let’s face it, 2020 has been an incredibly strange and difficult year for us all. With Covid-19 being the party crasher or year crasher we haven’t had much to look forward to all year. If you are an avid raver like we are then you obviously have seen all the events that have been […]

  • Juni Journey is a Young Man of Many Talents

    Juni Journey is a Young Man of Many Talents

    There is something fulfilling about being an entrepreneur and taking a company from the ground up. At the same time, this can be a challenge that comes with the risk of failure. That is what makes Juni Journey so impressive. Juni Journey is an entrepreneur based in Miami and he seems to be successful at everything he […]

  • Angels in the Mist: Defining Speculative Fiction

    Angels in the Mist: Defining Speculative Fiction

    Sci-fi aficionados often define good sci-fi/fantasy as that which is immersive, expansive, and, most of all, believable. To less casual readers of the genre, this can seem an oxymoron. At its core, is not sci-fi and fantasy a form of escapism? But the answer, like the genre itself, is more nuanced than a binary choice. […]