A brand new Blerd Radio episode. How does Rick Ross figure into this? Listen to find out.
Now that the election is over, let’s find a way to put aside our differences-or understand and appreciate our differences-and move forward.
In the latest Aging Hip Replacement column, Dave Rullo wonders if the media’s constant attention to 9/11 is making things worse.
After nearly 2 decades, singer, bassist & producer Andre Cymone emerges with “America,” whose proceeds are dedicated to campaign support for President Obama.
David Guetta’s “Titanium” is a huge hit right now, but the song can also describe the strength of our current president. Check out our latest “Songs in the Key of Life” column for proof.
Still kicking ass from lockdown, here’s Pussy Riot’s new single “Putin Lights up the Fires.”
Soul and rock Legend Nona Hendryx is back with her first album in nearly two decades-find out why “Mutatis Mutandis” is a must-listen.
President Obama came out in support of gay marriage yesterday. This gay guy wonders:why is homosexuality still a big deal?
“Listen Whitey!” is a compilation that unearths gems from the Black Power era of the late Sixties and Seventies. Check out our review.
In the weeks since Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager, was killed in Florida, my anger and frustration has grown in many different ways. It’s true that events like this, when brought to national attention, bring out the best in some and the worst in others. From the idiotic comments made by Geraldo Rivera to the pleas for compassion and understanding I’ve seen from others, at the very least, this case has provided a forum for people to discuss things [...]
My mother and father were married for eight years. For all eight of those years my dad went to work every day, they purchased a car, bought a house in a good neighborhood with some help from my mother’s parents, they had 2.5 kids, they fought for their part of the American Dream. During those eight years they sat down at the end of each week and took a look at the bills and the money coming in, they wrote [...]
As you perused the web yesterday, you no doubt noticed that a number of sites – Reddit, Wikipedia, WordPress, the Cheezburger Network (of I Can Haz Cheezburger and FailBlog fame) among them, went dark. As you no doubt discovered this was in a collective move to protest something called SOPA/PIPA. Popblerd decided not to go dark for the day. However, we do feel that this is an important issue that has received little media attention until the blackouts. We thus [...]