Aaron Sagers is a Manhattan-based nationally syndicated pop-culture columnist and entertainment journalist. His work has appeared in, among other publications, the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald, Frommer's Budget Travel, MSNBC.com and The Calgary Herald. Additionally, he is published in an H.W. Wilson school reference guide. Sagers is also a paranormal pop culture expert and founder www.ParanormalPopCulture.com, a site that covers the entertainment aspect of the paranormal field. His expertise in this area has led to him being a frequent guest and pundit on talk shows. He can be followed on Twitter (AaronSagers) and reached via his email: Aaron AT paranormalpopculture.com
Christmas in July is a superficial, commercial non-event, so why not celebrate a new Shark Week holiday, a holy season you can really sink your teeth into?
29 Jul 2010
To cope with the heat wave, advisories suggest visiting 'cooling centers' or public pools. To achieve a truly chilled-out state of mind, however, why not open the door to your mind and let the iceman cometh inside?
11 Jul 2010
What's the etiquette for your personal movie choice on a long flight when the nearest set of eyes is just a shoulder-width away from your screen?
05 Jul 2010
Aside from lightsabers, proton packs, warp drive and teleportation, many of my favorite sci-fi gadgets have become a reality. The latest: iPhone 4.
10 Jun 2010
Lost and The Empire Strikes Back revolve around the nature of light vs. dark, good vs. evil, science vs. faith and ultimately about the redemptive power of love and sacrifice. Ala Douglas Adams, both are about life, the universe and everything.
19 May 2010
Amongst the familiar mythologies in all of reality television, Ghost Hunters ranks in the top 10. Love the show or loathe it, it is popular culture and has earned a spot in the reality TV pantheon.
24 Feb 2010
'Catcher in the Rye' is a great novel, but it’s not good. When you're more Ferris Bueller than Holden Caulfield, it's hard to relate to his alienation -- no matter how much teachers want you to.
10 Feb 2010
'Avatar' is pop culture at its most popular. It captured the world immediately, and I never saw it coming. I predicted all hype but didn't think Cameron could do it. Again.
25 Jan 2010
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