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Why "eat the rich" storylines are taking over TV and movies
Society's evolving views of the wealthy have brought dark humor to pop culture.
Why reality TV is like a “funhouse mirror” of our culture
A sociologist's case for taking shows like “The Kardashians” seriously.
How Japan's superfans taught the world to love pop culture
Author Matt Alt describes how Japan's pop culture, and its superfans, shaped sensibilities the world over.
"Who? Weekly" hosts take the Marketplace Quiz
They spill on everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't.
Thomas Dolby on bringing pop sensibilities to Silicon Valley
Thomas Dolby talks about starting a tech company after retiring from his popstar career.
TV Guide Network creates a POP
The TV Guide Network is breaking away from the magazine of the same name and rebranding itself as “POP.” The new network is set to launch early next year. Their new demographic? An 18 to 54 year old age range who are, “socially engaged and connected and who have a thirst for pop culture,” according to […]
When the financial crisis met pop culture
How the bad banks, home foreclosures and layoffs of the financial crisis found their way into pop culture.
The mindset of incoming college freshman, born in '95
Incoming college freshmen were born in 1995, so don't date yourself by making stale pop culture references.
Did pop culture embrace Occupy Wall Street?
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Occupy movement, a question: What sort of mark did Occupy make on pop culture?