Sara Perkins, University of Indianapolis
The podcasting family is slated to write for the upcoming ‘War of the Realms’ spinoff.
Her methods are (yet another) unattainable standard for millennials to meet.
The podcast explores celebrities’ teenage years and proves that adolescence was awkward for everyone.
And how to make them into reality.
The brilliant show is gearing up for its best release yet.
Maybe we aren’t as progressive as we think.
Macabre humor makes taboo topics accessible, and that can lead to their much-needed discussion.
What won’t trolls ruin?
It’s the happiest time of the year … according to Hallmark.
The series aims to join the ranks of other cult cartoon classics, like ‘Gravity Falls’ and ‘Adventure Time.’
YouTube has had serious trouble keeping their adolescent content family-friendly.
To spread awareness about species extinction, the group once released a vinyl designed to break after a number of plays.
Tucker’s gender confirmation has shifted the duo’s sound, giving the twosome entirely new vocal options.
There’s more to the flyover states than just corn.
The brothers, and their extended family, have created an empire built on good-natured humor.
Sara Perkins, University of Indianapolis and Guest Contributor
The genre-repellant musician gets frank about his mental health and love life over deeply rolling bass riffs.
Cat yoga is the hottest thing in fitness. So ‘pawmaste,’ my friends.
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