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This Week in Pop Culture

It’s  been quite the eventful week – with certain people making political waves – but of course there have been some great lighter moments.

Jan. 20, 2017 – Hillary Clinton is nothing if not the example of how to stand tall. She may not have been there to support the incoming President, but she was there, and she stood proud. In the face of misogyny and bigotry and a double standard, and a bitterly fought battle, she showed up and was gracious. Tony Goldwyn called it- she’s a class act. fullsizeoutput_6da

Jan. 20, 2017 – If you love the Rock and you love puppies, this video will likely make you smile..

Jan. 20, 2017 – Netflix dropped an ominous trailer for season 5 of their hit show House of Cards. The timing, it has to be said, is rather brilliant!

Jan. 20, 2017 – The Royal family announced that Princess Charlotte and Prince George will be going to school (the Princess will be in nursery school) in London this fall. Can we please take a moment to appreciate how delightful the young siblings’ coordinated outfits are? And Princess Charlotte has both her shoes on!

Jan. 18, 2017 – Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone and Vin Diesel’s co-star in the latest addition to the xXx Franchise – xXx: Return of Xander Cage has been working the usual American media tour spots. One of those was a memorable stop at the Ellen Show,take a look.


Jan. 17, 2017 – If you’re suspicious of governemt intelligence agencies or simply have a lot of time on your hands, the CIA released 13 million pages of declassified papers online. Conspiracy theorists should get a kick out of this! According to the CIA’s press site:

The largest collection of declassified CIA records is now accessible online. The documents were previously only available to the public at the National Archives in Maryland. Approximately 930,000 documents, totaling more than 12 million pages, are now available in the CIA’s Electronic Reading Room on CIA’s website.

About Vijaya Prasad (29 Articles)
Digital Media is exciting. I've been lucky enough to get a close-up view of how changes translate into action at some of the biggest media conglomerates. As the media industry transitions and the way people consume information changes, different segments react in different ways - stay tuned!

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