But these stories are just as cool:
-This week we saw the full list of this year's Oscar nominations. Among the films nominated for best picture are Midnight in Paris, Hugo, The Help, The Artist, and The Tree of Life.
Out of all of the Best Picture nominees, I've only seen Midnight in Paris so far, which I thought was great. I'm usually skeptical of Woody Allen's post-Annie Hall work, but Midnight in Paris is classic Woody!
-Relevant Magazine cause a stir after they published a god-awful article called We Are All Joe Paterno. Sarah Moon spells out the main problem with the article:
"Rather than posting an article encouraging us to see Paterno as a human, like all of us, while acknowledging that he made an inhumane mistake, this article asked us to view Paterno as a super-human, who made a measly mistake that ought to be glossed over in light of his football accomplishments."
This is one reason why I no longer subscribe to Relevant Magazine. Forgive me if I am biting the hand that feeds, since I've written several articles for their website in the past, but I think Relevant tries way too hard to "redeem culture." Plus, they're not really as hip and cool as they would like for us to believe.
-And because nothing goes together better than hardcore and children, here's eight-year-old Juliet's hardcore anthem to her dog Robert and her fish:
I expect to hear this at Hot Topic in the near future!