"Culture" Blogs & Blog Posts

Andy DangerfieldAndy Dangerfield

London based journalist. Collection of my articles for the BBC and elsewher...

 
Zuri BerryZuri Berry

Journalism, sports and culture critiques from the mind of Boston based jour...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
Liverpool StoriesLiverpool Stories

A video project dedicated to created a wide range of stories created by peo...

 
Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
ArtsBeatArtsBeat

NYTime's blog on culture and arts

 
Chainsaws and JellyChainsaws and Jelly

Something bigger, something brighter.

 


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The Trump transition team has invited a number of tech industry leaders to New York next week for a roundtable discussion. USA Today reports that Reince Priebus, Trump's chief of staff, Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, and advisor Peter T...

This news is SO 2016.The post Madison Rising Goes to Court Over Violent Drinking Binges and Extramarital Affair With Senator’s Daughter appeared first on RedState.

There are worse hobbies to have than collecting love letters. While very private at the time they’re written (and given, or not, to their recipient) they often make for excellent reading at a later date by others who have nothing to do with a c...

As 2016 mercifully comes to an end, Twitter has launched a new hashtag #ThisHappened and an accompanying video to highlight the trending news of the year. 2016.#ThisHappened pic.twitter.com/dyBWDvQjtj — Twitter (@twitter) December 6, 2016 From...

Google has made it a point to run as much of its business on renewable energy as possible, and it looks like the company is close to reaching its ultimate goal. The internet pioneer now expects that all of its offices and data centers will be relyin...

The Russian government has a problem with a lot of current technology: a YouTuber was imprisoned for playing Pokémon Go, Microsoft Outlook was banned from government computers for being an American boogeyman, and good luck accessing Linked...

It's no secret that Flickr is popular with phone-toting photographers, but it's now reaching a tipping point. The Yahoo-owned image service has posted its year in review, and it notes that 48 percent of photo uploads now come from smartpho...