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Many websites where people can offer services — such as those for actors, models, etc. — include warnings for their users about potential scams. Sarah Fraser asks people whether they think these warnings are necessary of if common sense should prevail.
This week, The Hash celebrates its birthday with a special look at the past year of shows.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about a new anti-social social media app called Cloak. Then, the pair meets with DJ Jordan in a conversation about fetishizing Jewish men. Writer Beth Lalonde joins Molly and Dane in a discussion about Divergent, rape, and the film’s strong female lead. Read Lalonde’s buzzworthy article here and follow her on Twitter here. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:49 California – Withered Hand 01:33 Relationships in the Digital Age: Cloak 07:10 Why Oh Why… – Owls 07:42 Analyzing Stereotypes: DJ Jordan & Jewish Men 18:33 Well Enough – William Fitzsimmons 19:03 Range of Relationships: Beth Lalonde & ‘Divergent’ 27:32 Outro 28:07 Finish The Music Withered Hand (Official New Gods album art.) Live: Apr 17 – Liquid Room – Edinburgh, UK Apr 18 – Glasgow CCA – Glasgow, UK Apr 19 – Night & Day – Manchester, UK Owls (Official TWO album art.) Live: May 16 – Subterranean – Chicago, IL Jun 27 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA Jun 28 – The Roxy Theatre – Los Angeles, CA William Fitzsimmons (Official Lions album art.) Live: Apr 15 – Littlefield – Brooklyn, NY Apr 16 – NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts – New York, NY Apr 17 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane begin by discussing the gender gap in films just in time for the Oscars. Then, the pair chats about a BuzzFeed article regarding internet crushes. The show wraps up with a conversation about workplace etiquette and Molly and Dane list a few of their personal rules. For more information on the gender gap in Hollywood films, read this Vocativ article and this Jezebel piece. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:43 There’s A Glow – No 01:15 Analyzing Stereotypes: Gender Gap in Screen Time 10:47 Touch – Pillar Point 11:03 Relationships in the Digital Age: Internet Crushes 21:31 The Small Hotel – Sally Seltmann 22:03 Advice Time: Workplace Etiquette 32:17 Outro 32:51 Finish The Music No (Official El Prado album art.) Live: Mar 8 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, CA Mar 9 – The Western – Scottsdale, AZ Mar 11 – The New Brookland Tavern – West Columbia, SC Pillar Point (Official Pillar Point album art.) Live: Mar 5 – Vermillion – Seattle, WA Sally Seltmann (Official Hey Daydreamer album art.) Live: April 3 – Lizottes – Kincumber, AU April 4 – The Vanguard – Sydney, AU April 10 – Black Bear Lodge – Brisbane, AU
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane start out by discussing men’s body image in Hollywood. Then, the pair takes on Seventeen’s “Ultimate Guide to Guys.” The show wraps with an analysis of Elite Daily’s “10 Ways a Woman Can Lock Down Her Dating Game.” Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:41 Capitol – Trust 01:15 Analyzing Stereotypes: Men’s Body Image in Hollywood 10:28 Lady in White – Lost in the Trees 10:55 Advice Time: Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Guys 16:02 Where to Start – Hurdles 16:28 Range of Relationships: A Woman’s Dating Game 26:34 Outro 27:07 Finish The Music Trust (Official Joyland album art.) Live: Mar 7 – SAT – Montreal, QC Mar 8 – Adelaide Hall – Toronto, ON Apr 11 – Great Scott – Boston, MA Lost in the Trees (Official Past Life album art.) Live: Feb 22 – Il Motore – Montreal, QC Feb 23 – The Garrison – Toronto, ON Feb 25 – Club Cafe – Pittsburgh, PA Hurdles (Official Where to Start album art.)
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane start by analyzing women who are conservative and anti-feminist. Then, the pair checks out Disney Channel’s Good Luck Charlie and the first depiction of a same-sex couple on children’s television. The show wraps with a conversation about magazines and what photoshopping means for impressionable youths. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:46 Look of Love – The Jezabels 01:34 Analyzing Stereotypes: Anti-Feminist Women 09:46 Morning Sun – Strange Talk 10:40 Range of Relationships: ‘Good Luck Charlie’ 17:49 Talking Backwards – Real Estate 19:52 Relationships in the Digital Age: Photoshopping 26:37 Outro 28:16 Finish Follow BTR: Twitter Facebook Instagram Pinterest (curated by Dane) Follow Molly: Twitter Instagram Pinterest Follow Dane: Twitter Instagram Pinterest The Music The Jezabels (Official The Brink album art.) Live: Feb 24 – Rescue Rooms – Nottingham, UK Feb 25 – Gorilla – Manchester, UK Feb 26 – Oran Mor – Glasgow, UK Strange Talk (Official Cast Away album art.) Live: March 13 – Kingdom Nightclub Austin – Austin, TX Real Estate (Official Talking Backwards album art.) Live: Feb 17 – Point Ephemere – Paris, France Feb 19 – Bush Hall – London, UK Feb 22 – Paradiso Kleine Zaal – Amsterdam, Netherlands
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane talk about realistic relationships in response to Cosmo’s 10 Ways Movie Relationships Aren’t Like Real Relationships. Then, the pair discuss what happened when Kevin Smith’s misogynistic fan base reared its ugly head. The show wraps up with a conversation regarding rape culture and our children. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:44 He Beloved the War – ASPE 01:11 What (Not) to Learn From RomComs – Realistic Relationships 14:23 Here it Comes – Painted Palms 14:58 Advice Time: Kevin Smith Reprimands Misogynists 24:16 Silver Timothy – Damien Jurado 24:40 Analyzing Stereotypes: Rape Culture Taught to Children 34:30 Outro 35:05 Finish The Music ASPE (Official Rage & the Roaming Way album art.) Painted Palms (Official Forever album art.) Live: March 11 – SXSW 2014 – Austin, TX Damien Jurado (Official Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son album art.) Live: Jan 21 – Arts Riot Studio – Burlington, VT Jan 23 – Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA Jan 24 – The Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane rip into “5 Things Every Girl Should Know…” Then, they chat about guys who have a lot of female friends. The show wraps up with a conversation about what we shouldn’t take away from romantic comedies regarding break ups. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:47 The Road – Daytona 01:20 Analyzing Stereotypes: “5 Things Every Girl Should Know…” 14:51 Greens and Blues – Pixies 15:20 Range of Relationships: Dating a Guy Who Has a lot of Girl Friends 25:37 Get Up And Get Out – Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings 26:10 What (Not) to Learn From RomComs: Break Ups 34:40 Outro 35:16 Finish The Music Daytona (Official Daytona album art.) Live: Jan 16 – Spike Hill – Brooklyn, NY Pixies (Official EP2 album art.) Live: Jan 15 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON (Sold Out) Jan 16 – Metropolis – Montreal, QC (Sold Out) Jan 18 – Orpheum – Boston, MA (Sold Out) Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings (Official Give The People What They Want album art.) Live: Feb 6 – Beacon Theatre – New York, NY
As we leave behind 2012 and begin 2013, we ask people in New York City about any new year’s resolutions they may be considering and whether they think making resolutions actually helps people to make their desired changes.

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