Adam and Art are listening to two very different things: Adam immerses himself into the world of Warhammer 40,000 via the plethora of audiobooks and Art continues to reflect on and enjoy the legacy of Chris Cornell after his death.
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A while back I wrote about The Hamilton Mixtape and how “One song, in particular, continually draws me back both musically and critically: Immigrants (We Get the Job Done). This week, this song has been given new life with its own powerful music video.
Chris Cornell posthumously released “The Promise” as a statement about world politics on World Refugee Day – Tuesday, June 20, 2017. This music video serves as an exemplar that not all popular culture has to be a direct commentary on politics, but all popular culture is political.
The premise for the book was simple: Espenson held a writing contest. Anyone who wanted to submit could submit, as long as it was on Joss Whedon’s much maligned and greatly praised television show Dollhouse.
Four hours standing in line for a few signatures and a few words from Stan Lee? For Andrew – totally worth it.