April 11-15, 2011

Even when Kevin Mattison was a child, he was in the movies. Or at least his action figures were. With disturbing results. (He watched disturbing movies.) Read “I played in three act structure”

Mike Vincent loves record stores, but he doesn’t love Record Store Day. You read that right. Read “Record Store Day”

Why does an explicit sex scene merit an NC17 rating while a rape scene only an R rating? What do these ratings tell us about our culture’s fears and sensitivities? Kate Sloan discusses these issues through the film Brett and Melanie: Boi Meets Girl‘s attempts to demystify the MPAA ratings in MPAA: The standard on double standards.

Rosemary Van Deuren tends to find that hot guys are d-bags, but Russell Brand somehow seems to pull it off. Rosemary tries to figure it out (and shares some sexy Russell Brand pics) in “Pee-pee envy: The hot and heartbreaking sexual appeal of Russell Brand”

The Tigers are off to another slow start, 3-7, and rock bottom in the AL Central. Angela Vasquez-Giroux thinks that they’re a better team than that, and she’s “HAD IT UP TO HERE”

Jill Kolongowski uses her birthday as an occasion to count her blessings, and to remind herself and her friends that feeding yourself is better than not feeding yourself. Read “Birthday cake wishes”

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