5 Things We Could All Learn From “Orange is the New Black”

Orange is the New Black

I can only assume that because Orange is the New Black has become so popular and so widely discussed that there is something to take away from it – many things to take from it, arguably. And, in watching through it a few times with different people, I picked up on what I believe to be some important messages to take from the stories of the women at Litchfield. Fair

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Rest in Peace, Robin Williams

I’m not sure how this article will fit in with CultureMass’ mission and the topics of other articles on here, but as I sit here, crying my eyes out over someone I’ve never met, it was obvious to me that it needed to be written. It was this sentence from CNN that did me in: “Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams apparently took his own life at his Northern California

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The Shining Moments of Comic-Con’s Women Who Kick Ass Panel

Comic-Con is something that, despite my want for it, wasn’t even remotely feasible for me to attempt going to this year. But thank goodness for the internet, right? I was especially glad for filming technology and YouTube when I heard about a particular panel, for which I would’ve loved to have been in attendance: the “Women Who Kick Ass” panel. Enter Katey Sagal, Sarah Paulson, Tatiana Maslany, Nicole Beharie, Maisie

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Frozen Director to Take on the Fourth Dimension

It was announced yesterday (August 5th) that the director of Disney’s Frozen, Jennifer Lee, has taken on a new project: A Wrinkle in Time. A Wrinkle in Time was first published in 1962 by Madeleine L’Engle and tells the story of a young girl, Meg, who travels through space and time to find her missing scientist father. Happily, Disney’s younger audience is about to receive, on a silver platter, a

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