Amanda Marcotte

Amanda Marcotte is the executive editor of Pandagon.net and the author of the book, It's A Jungle Out There: The Feminist Survival Guide to Politically Inhospitable Environments. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Recent Articles

Mad Men, Bohemian Boys

What Mad Men really gets about the 1960s is how much the era was about collapsing the boundaries of pop culture and lived experience.

The AMC series Mad Men, an hour-long drama about the lives and loves of Madison Avenue advertising executives in the early 1960s, may still want for a larger audience, but as its awards stack up, and many deem it the best show on television, it's not wanting for critical reception.

Multiculture Club

"Kids these days" belong to the most diverse generation America has ever had. No wonder they like music that blends sounds from all around the world.

Multiculture Club: Videos

Watch and listen to some of the artists featured in this month's culture piece.

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Multiculture Club
"Kids these days" belong to the most diverse generation America has ever had. No wonder they like music that blends sounds from all around the world.

Gogol Bordello, "Not a Crime"

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