The latest episode of Blerd Radio co-stars Pop-break.com’s Bill Bodkin and an assortment of pop culture topics.
Does this dude make you uncomfortable? You might wanna check yourself-so says the podcast panel in this episode of Blerd Radio.
Monnie goes track-by-track on Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz. Amidst all the attention craving, might it actually be a decent pop album?
In this special edition of the Popblerd podcast, Zack (“ Gonzo “) and Tristan are joined by special guests Brandon Szuminsky and Matt Albright (of Hyped Up Hockey fame) as the group chats about five years of AMC’s Breaking Bad, lauded as one of the best TV dramas of the last decade. We laugh, we guffaw, we do some armchair analyzing of the series, and truthfully, we just scratch the surface of this drama-rich program in this spoiler-rich podcast. -We start off with our visceral reactions to the show’s [...]
Most of the albums in that picture? We talk about ‘em. You should listen.
We’re closing out the Rivals II season in fashion by blogging both parts of the season finale.
The Popblerd crew (and friends) remember their favorite moments from the original Arsenio Hall Show.
Yesterday we took a trip through Nos. 20-11 on our list of the best Pop Culture Vehicles of All-Time. Today we present you with the top 10. As you can see from yesterday’s 10, it appears that most of us grew up as children of the ’80s, what with the 1989 version of the Batmobile, the A-Team van, Magnum’s Ferrari and the Griswold’s Family Truckster gracing the list. That doesn’t stop here with six more vehicles that were prominent in [...]
It’s double eviction time. The house goes from seven to five. And no, Amanda’s boobs don’t count as two house guests.
It was after a trip to visit a prospect’s business that I wondered aloud, “What’s the coolest pop culture vehicle of all-time?” You see, unfortunately, I’m not actually a full-time scribe for PopBlerd! I’m actually an insurance agent for Nationwide Insurance. And you see the dude remodeled classic vehicles. Like people paid him tons, upon tons of money and he souped-up their already souped-up classic autos. It was quite the sight, seeing three to four classic cars sitting in his [...]
On Thursday night, Los Angeles comedians Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi visited the Oberon stage in Cambridge as part of their East Coast Throwing Shade Live tour. Like any good touring comics, these L.A.-by-way-of-Texaners made sure to include plenty of local humor, from Gibson describing her disappointment at the lack of women statues in Boston Common (“I did see one statue of a woman, but she was killed for being a Quaker”), to Safi’s take on Faneuil Hall (“Nothing moves [...]