Entertainment Reads (July 15th, 2014)



Each week on Tuesday we’ll post our favorite links to articles from the pop culture world. They’ll at least tangentially pertain to education or sociological issues in general, and they’ll be from the past week. There will be a few bonus exceptions though, usually in the form of a link that was too fun to pass up. Because we too like to have the fun.

In sports teams from our nation’s capital: The blogger the Washington Offensive Slurs hired to defend their name quit after two weeks. (The Washington Post)

In superheroines: A writer from Alabama is writing a comic book starring a woman who isn’t a sex symbol. (AL.com)

In the Middle East: A dispatch from the Jerusalem Film Festival. (Indiewire)

In Russia, which sounds delightful: Russia might have plans to censor Marvel Comics released there. (CNET)

In learning about movies quickly: A sublime video that sums up the history of cinema in less than 10 minutes. (CineFix)

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