Friday, August 12, 2011

IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS: Now Taking Suggestions...

In prepping for this week's column (you know, gathering research and all!), I found that the ideas I had for this week's column just were not quite ready yet to be posted.  So this week, IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS is taking a short break.  But I wanted to take this opportunity to open up the "forum" to suggestions for any ideas for future columns/features.  I am willing to take suggestions for topics for any of the three columns currently on this blog.  I am also opening up for suggestions for new columns and new features that can be added to make this a more encompassing blog about Pop Culture, the Arts and Media in general.  So readers, take to the comments and give your thoughts on what you would like to see in future columns!

Let me give you a rundown of the three columns and the criteria I use to make a topic worthy of being in that feature:

10 FAVORITES - Every other week I want to talk about some of our favorite things in Movies, Television, Theatre, Books or even anything else that is Media/Pop Culture-related.  If you have an entertaining topic that you wish to see covered with a Top Ten list, don't hesitate to suggest!

GOLDEN PLACES - This newer column is about the great places to visit in the great Golden State of California.  We all know about things like Disneyland and Yosemite (and they're both great!), but with this column I wish to focus on the lesser known places or the sites that don't get enough "foot traffic," so to speak.  (NOTE: I may be willing to expand in the future to other Western states - i.e. Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, etc. - but, as of right now, it just focuses on California! I am the Broadway Baby of California, after all!)

IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS - This one is more about just what is going on in the Media (and the like!) and its primarily an editorial.  It's just my opinions and thoughts I had about a specific topic that affects the current culture.  I am willing to take ideas for topics to talk about, but the decision will come down to whether I can (or wish!) to talk about the topic (without sounding forced!).

And I believe I don't have to remind you all of the basic "Commenting rules."  Any comments featuring gratuitous language, spam or are disrespectful to myself or other readers will be deleted.  I don't mind a healthy debate, but don't go overboard.  Keep it classy, folks!


1 comment:

  1. I think you should talk about the shows you watch now and why you watch them. Well, maybe not ALL of them, but some of them.