Buzzfeed recently shared a 2017 FiveThirtyEight article about the most banned songs at weddings. While it’s entirely up to the couple, some songs were much more worthy of banning than others. Some even seemed unfairly maligned. We broke down what needs to be banned, and what you can keep.
James Crowley and Marisa Winckowski discuss Pulp Fiction this week. They touch on everything from Tarantino’s gratuitous profanity, the dope soundtrack, and other Tarantino masterpieces. Go listen to the Burger-A-Day Podcast on Apple podcasts now! Check out our sponsor: The Good Taste Podcast
This week, Burger-A-Day writers James and Marisa discuss the teen comedy Juno. They dive into teen pregnancy, The Moldy Peaches, Kimya Dawson, Diablo Cody, and teen pregnancy. Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/burger-a-day-podcast/id1347757542?mt=2
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This week James Crowley and Marisa Wincowski discuss Joel Schumacher’s 2004 adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera. They discuss the differences between the two and ask if it deserves all the hate. Listen and subscribe wherever podcasts are found.
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James Crowley and Marisa Wincowski discuss Netflix’s 2017 documentary about Mother Monster, Gaga: Five Foot Two. They discuss the candid nature of the documentary, Joanne, Gaga’s rise to popularity, her live show, and pop documentaries. Continue reading
It almost feels like every day someone tells me that they want to start listening to podcasts, and since it’s become a regular medium, you can find podcasts about literally anything. I’ve listened to podcasts about everything from tech to crying. There really is a podcast for everyone, whether you need information, a laugh, or an emotional reaction. Here are some of the best new podcasts and veterans that have kept up the good work:
- Swipe Out
Alix McAlpine’s podcast is simple enough on the surface, and it’s certainly not the first dating podcast. The premise is Alix goes on first dates, then discusses them with her friend, while creating a list of qualities she’d like her ideal partner to have. Occasionally, it’s funny, but McAlpine is doing more than just gossiping about her dates. She’s really exploring what it’s like navigating the dating world, as a millennial, with dating apps, and as a young adult. It’s a mostly transparent look into the dating world, and it provides so much insight to those single among us.
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