Author Archives: Stephanie
Today as we all pause to say goodbye to summer, the world is taking a moment to consider peace for the International Day of Peace. It seems appropriate that we consider such things as the season changes, because, of course, change is what will be required.
I hope that if we’ve learned nothing else in the last year, it’s how detrimental online battles can be in the real world. So, in honor of the day, I thought I’d take a moment to promote peace online—literally. Read the rest of this entry
Ahoy, mateys! And welcome to another International Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Afore we set off on this year’s voyage, let me take a moment of yer time to tell ye, landlubbers, how much I appreciate the inclusiveness of this swashbuckling day. Read the rest of this entry
Happy Emmy Friday, crusaders!
On Wednesday I shared some nominated shows to check out, but today I’m taking a moment for those who have been deprived the honor of just being nominated.
It’s one of the burdens of living in a golden age of television — there are just too many fantastic shows to honor them all.
This Sunday the best of the best in American television will gather for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. That means you have mere days to binge all of the shows you’ve been “meaning to watch.”
It’s crunch time and at this point, you’re going to have to really commit. So, this final What to Watch Wednesday ahead of this year’s honors, I thought I’d pull together the still attainable (some might require a few sick days) binge views of the 2017 Emmy Awards. You’re welcome and enjoy. Read the rest of this entry
This week we find ourselves in that strange seasonal gap between the unofficial end of summer, Labor Day, and the actual first day of autumn, September 22 (i.e. next Friday).
It also happens to be the week between the Creative Arts Emmy Awards and the Primetime Emmy Awards telecast next Sunday, coincidentally, but more on that later this week…
On the subject of seasons, I respect that some out there are clinging to their sun, shorts, and that summer feeling. Read the rest of this entry