Advertisement

My Least Favorite A Cappella Group Covered My Favorite A Cappella Song & I'm So Mad

Despite what our resident a cappella expert Ellie Shechet will have you believe, I am not a unilateral hater of a cappellas—only the corny ones. A song I listen to at least three to eight times a year, for instance, is the a cappella version of Monica’s “Sideline Ho,” which uses gospel harmonies to elevate a seething…

Watch the Man From LBJ's Landmark Ad 'Confessions of a Republican' Discuss the Current State of the GOP

On Monday night’s episode of her show, Rachel Maddow excitedly introduced a man named Bill Bogert, the star of “Confessions of a Republican,” a famous, 4-minute political ad produced in 1964 for Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidential campaign. Bogert, whose 1964 self I will somewhat disrespectfully suggest is worthy of a …

Advertisement

'I Find the Comparisons to Heathers Very Offensive': 3 Wannabe Witches Talk The Craft

For angsty young people growing up in the ’90s, there was a range of films we could choose from to see reflections of our semi-serious teenage life crises. One of them was The Craft, released in theaters in May 1996, a full six months before another iconic teen horror flick, Scream. By some accounts, The Craft was a…