Jessy Krupa has been writing for PopMatters since 2009, contributing articles and blurbs to the Mixed Media, Channel Surfing, and Sound Affects sections. She's reviewed various movies, TV series on DVD, books, and music for the site, and is PopMatters' resident "Supernatural" expert. She's a wealth of information on pop culture topics as diverse as Disney movies, The Beatles, "American Idol", boybands, Paul McCartney & Wings, "The Man From U.N.C.L.E", SuperBowl commercials, and more. You can follow her on Twitter @JessyKrupa for updates and Dalton Rapattoni fangirling.
Ian Winwood's story of how punk rock music came to be so popular in the '90s is sewn together like a patchwork quilt of unlikely rises to fame and the ordinary people whose dedication made it possible.