Weed’s mass commercialization has yielded wondrous products like THC- and CBD-based lubricants and sexual enhancement pills, among other tinctures, edibles and flowers specifically advertised to make sex more pleasurable.
One could easily argue that humor is the best that the platform has to offer or that Twitter is the go-to forum for free entertainment nowadays.
In 2020, I want all of us hip-hop heads to use our Twitter fingers in a smarter way.
Season 24 of “The Bachelor” has delivered drama in ways that no other season has, but that is by no means a good thing.
I was lost in a hole of Spotify playlists when I stumbled upon one dedicated to indie music: “Fresh Finds: Index.”
Fitzgerald’s novel still carries a continuing legacy almost 100 years since its first release in 1925.
Contentious social debates are often multi-faceted and, well, contended; they aren’t conducive to the knee-jerk, emotionally-fuelled responses that characterize public sentiment toward viral content.
Fashion Week happens twice a year, once in spring and once in fall, and it’s a whirlwind of runway shows, street-style candids and cocktail parties, where everyone jostles to see and be seen.
Cannabis helped the Jazz Age flourish, serving as a conduit for creativity, music production and performance.
Still, what’s missing from the conversation is that this idea of political correctness has existed long before the election of President Donald Trump.