Thursday morning in Miami, Justin Bieber was arrested for doing some incredibly stupid things. Chief among them was driving under the influence, which should never be championed. What set this arrest apart from any other, of course, is the magnitude of Bieber’s celebrity. What if he was someone else?
Last week, the Esquire Network-it used to be G4-premiered a new documentary series. It’s called “Friday Night Tykes” and focuses on San Antonio-area youth football. In the first sixty minutes alone, viewers are exposed to the intensity and outdated thinking of some coaches.
Awards season hit the homestretch today. The nominations were announced with little to no surprise. I’ve only seen a few of these movies and technically not qualified to pick winners or losers. It’s the internet and I’m going to speculate anyway.
Awards season is upon us, and we’ll be looking at another film with buzz today. Set in the not-too-distant future of Los Angeles, Spike Jonze’s Her explores the world of love between humans and computers.
Awards season is almost upon us, with a slew of films vying for medal. One of those is Martin Scorcese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, the true story of penny stock exploiter Jordan Belfort. One question people keep asking: What’s the point of the whole thing?
Next month, the 2014 Winter Olympic Games will be held in Sochi, Russia. At the centerpiece of the competition will be the men’s ice hockey tournament. Host country Russia will aim for gold–with strong challenges from across the world.
Previously on this blog, I spoke positively of the actions of Spirit Day. On Spirit Day, many major league organizations stood up for anti-bullying, especially with regards to LGBT Youth. America’s most popular league, the NFL, failed to embrace it whole-heartedly. Today, former punter Chris Kluwe went in to depth about the problems he experienced as a gay right’s advocate in the NFL.