popular culture

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culture populaire

popular culture

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The line incorporates wildly known pop-culture phrases into their tees, sweatshirts, sweatpants, hats and accessories.
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.
Partnering with comic legend Stan Lee and Elvira Mistress of the Dark, Comikaze is the only pop culture convention owned and operated by true pop-culture icons.
4 billion in worldwide box office), but if there was a criticism of the ``Shrek'' films, it was that they came laden with too many pop-culture references.