Pop Psychology explores 20+ psychology and mass media theories and includes a heavy dose of pop culture, storytelling and humor to keep you entertained throughout.
From the mind of Bakari Akil II, Ph.D. who blogs for Psychology Today and is an Assistant Professor in Communication when he's not writing, researching or conducting off the wall studies.
In 1985 Tommy Womack and three other guys formed a band called Government Cheese and hitched their sled to the rock and roll dream. Everything they packed for the trip—relationships, standards, their future—will get tossed or bounced off somewhere. They will know they could stop at any time, just by letting go of the dream. Under no circumstances whatsoever will they let go of the dream.
Would you sell your soul for Glam Metal? Mötley Hüerd did. This bare-all autobiography follows their journey from Doo-wop band Moxie Scamps to their discovery of Glam Metal and their rise to fame, with all the debauchery and groupies that came with it. Warning: contains hard candy use, foul language, pony nudity and rough cuddling. By the author of SinEaster.
This guide was compiled from my own research, reading a great variety of articles and Motley Crue information, including reading two of their books It contains roughly 35 sites related to Motley Crue's members and their music. It is a short guide, not intended to be comprehensive but as a guide to take along for a self-guided tour.
This guide was compiled from my own research, reading a great variety of articles and information about the rock scene in Los Angeles. Originally it was a half-day guided tour that I did for visitors and friends. However, I had requests to create a self-guided tour so that visitors to LA could do the tour on their own. It contains roughly 90 rock or music related sites.
What was suppose to be a typical family weekend getaway at a Kentucky state park for Jeanie and her sister Ella, had turned into an afternoon in hell by the hands of three backwoods degenerates and of course, Junior