Wake Us Up When September Ends

As Green Day sings, “Summer has come and passed.” Another month has passed as well, which means we are here with a round-up of all things pop culture and news-related that you might have missed.  2023 US Open This year’s US Open saw new and returning tennis superstars win Major titles. Novak Djokovic made history […]

R.I.P. Summer

Just like that, another month has come and gone—and we are here with another round-up of all things pop culture and news-related that you might have missed. 1989 (Taylor’s Version) – Announcement On August 9—the last show of the first leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in the US—the pop star announced her upcoming fourth […]

Living in a Barbie World

We were tickled pink this month when it comes to pop culture and newsworthy content. In case you missed it – we have you covered. Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), the third re-recorded album in Taylor Swift’s catalog as she works to regain ownership of her masters with her first six albums, […]

Halfway to 2024

June sure did fly by and we are halfway to a new year! In case you missed any pop-culture-related content or newsworthy highlights, we have you covered! The Second Indictment of Donald Trump On Thursday, June 8, the former president was indicted for a second time, this one being his first federal indictment. The indictment […]

Finding Creative Inspiration in Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiatives

June provides an opportune time to discuss and reflect on the significance of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (J.E.D.I.) in both professional and personal realms. This importance is particularly amplified by the presence of significant holidays and observances in June, namely Juneteenth and Pride Month. These occasions symbolize hard-fought triumphs for J.E.D.I. principles in the […]