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Look, Ma! We can count to a hundred!
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel conclude their look at Madonna’s career by discussing the odds and ends of her discography and their favorite Madonna videos.
Join Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel as they continue their look at Her Madgesty’s illustrious career.
In celebration of Madonna’s 53rd birthday, Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel take a look back at her incredible — and controversial — career.
No one could top the Clash, so Mick Jones didn’t try…instead, he forged his own path with the brainy dance music of Big Audio Dynamite. Robin Monica Alexander looks back at “The Globe.”
Bigmouth strikes again: Robin Monica meets you at the cemetry gates to observe the 25th anniversary of the seminal British album.
Robin Monica Alexander takes a momentary break from pigging out at the Shake Shack to explain, in the latest “Random Play,” why you should pig out there, too.
The millennium has come and gone, but “Angels in America” is eternal. Robin Monica Alexander retraces its twenty-year history in a new “Random Play.”
Like Reva Shayne coming back from the dead, Kelly Stitzel and Robin Monica Alexander aren’t quite done with their tribute to the once-great, now-canceled soap.
Springfield’s lighthouse no longer shines, but memories of Guiding Light, the longest-running soap opera in history, still burn brightly for Kelly Stitzel and Robin Monica Alexander.
In the latest Random Play, Robin Monica Alexander explains how hip-hop group Yo Majesty is as American as apple f***in’ pie.
Robin Monica Alexander drinks Stoli and devotes the last Random Play of 2010 to her favorite variety of booze.
Robin Monica Alexander loves Shakespeare, but she hates racism more. In the latest Random Play, she asks why we keep making excuses for “The Merchant of Venice.”
Pork, pickles, barbecue sauce and a bun: it’s the McRib! And it’s back! Robin Monica Alexander analyzes its mysterious appeal in the latest Random Play.
Random Play remembers Greg Giraldo, a Harvard Law School grad who put his education to use telling jokes about Viagra, drug addiction, washed-up celebs and fat kids. The world won’t be the same without him.
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel revisit I’m Breathless, Madonna’s 1990 soundtrack tie-in to Warren Beatty’s comic-strip blockbuster Dick Tracy.
Twinkie dipped in chocolate, or dessert of the gods? In her latest Random Play, Robin Monica Alexander sings the praises of the Chocodile.
Twenty years ago, Harry Connick shared his recipe for love — and led a new generation of pop crooners to rediscover some time-tested platinum ingredients.
In which Robin Monica Alexander, who ingested many illegal substances during her childhood, suffers an LSD flashback to the ill-fated Happy Days spinoff.
Join Robin Monica Alexander in a filthy, fascinating world of neurotic gunslingers, psychotic whoremongers, and corpse-eating pigs, won’t you?
The recent rash of celebrity deaths has Robin Monica Alexander thinking of River Phoenix’s untimely demise.
What’s a cave bear, and how many to a clan? We aren’t sure, but after reading Robin Monica Alexander’s latest column, we want to learn.
This is where the party ends, ’cause we can’t stand here listening to They Might Be Giants’ Flood turning 20 years old. Twenty! Where has the time gone? And why does someone keep moving my chair?
Robin Monica Alexander delves into the psychology of guilty pleasures, and recalls her childhood fascination over the movie “Irreconcilable Differences.”
Join our newest writer, Robin Monica Alexander, as she takes you on a genre and era-bouncing trip through pop culture — today, she looks back at her teenage obsession with V.C. Andrews’ “Flowers in the Attic.”