Throwback Thursday: Time Traveling with Mad Men

It’s been one month since the hit TV series Mad Men aired its last episode, but its effect on the TV and advertising landscapes will resonate for a long time. In honor of the hole that its absence left in viewers’ hearts, today we take the show’s iconic characters through a time warp out of the ’60s, […]

Wednesdays without Will: Multiculturalism without the March on Washington

What a difference 50 years makes. Since 1963’s March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic “I Have a Dream” speech, the United States has passed several major Civil Rights Acts (1964, 1968, 1987 and 1991) which helped end widespread institutions of inequality and change the mindset of the American people. A half […]

Shaken… Not Stirred

James Bond…the man, the, myth, the legend. The original dapper dude. Men all across the world idolize him, and woman fantasize about him. Since the early 1960s people have grown up with this giant of cinema from classic films like Dr. No and Goldfinger to the more modern films like Goldeneye and Skyfall. My first […]