popular culture

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culture populaire

popular culture

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Pop Culture Classroom is the organizer and producer of Denver Comic Con, Denver's premiere pop-culture fan experience, and one of the most attended pop culture conventions in America, covering the worlds of comic books, film, and related media.
Critique: A color-saturated pop-culture history that is full and worthy tribute to a psychedelic time now long past, "Groovy: When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture" will have a very special appeal to the now aging Babyboomer.
Zeisler deconstructs major pop-culture phenomena and provides a comprehensive introduction to key concepts that might even release your inner bitch.
It gently but firmly satirizes pop-culture idiocy, from the poofy-shirted cheesiness of Alex's old group, PoP, to today's infinitely more vulgar, fake-reality entertainment.
With design magazines making a huge splash on newsstands along with the influx of design and makeover television programming over the past decade, design has grown from a new trend to a part of pop-culture.
I am not denying the clear value of foreign language teaching, language classes provided me with very useful, necessary structures, but I feel it was the time I spent with my pop-culture realia that helped me improve my languages.
What Kramer reminds us via The Normal Heart is that however simplemindedly entertaining I (and millions of Americans) may find these pop-culture confections, "the only way we'll have real pride is when we demand recognition of a culture that isn't just sexual.
After passing through a reconstruction of his playfully prophetic installation from "This Is Tomorrow"--a psychedelic pop-culture environment activating all the senses--one turned a corner .
He also reminds us that this type of pop-culture expression is necessary if we are to hear the innocent and not-so-innocent voices of our children, share their terror, joy, victories, defeats, tears and smiles.
In a sense, she travels through the looking glass of the pop-culture entertainment industry and ends up back at the mall as a product, a CD.
This is not just an invention of a few pop-culture mavens who are trying to brainwash my generation: it resonates with a generation-wide experience of bad religion, of condescending ministers, and institutions that try to thwart rather than foster real religious inquiry and tolerate dissent.
A pop-culture pundit on a variety of VH-1 shows, as well as a stand-up comedian, Salie has also written several shows for the Oxygen Network.