"I’m a 25 year-old college grad. I’ve read Rilke and Proust. But Ke$ha’s  music has still cultivated a confidence that allows me to let go of  myself and dance more freely than those dudes’ musings ever did. Her  lyrics have taught me that in the scheme of living up to the world’s  expectations, I should have no fucks to give as long as I am making  choices that foster self-expression and don’t hurt anyone."
- “Ke$ha! Or, How I Learned to Love the Glitter Bomb” by Jess Leftault on Serving Tea to Friends

"I’m a 25 year-old college grad. I’ve read Rilke and Proust. But Ke$ha’s music has still cultivated a confidence that allows me to let go of myself and dance more freely than those dudes’ musings ever did. Her lyrics have taught me that in the scheme of living up to the world’s expectations, I should have no fucks to give as long as I am making choices that foster self-expression and don’t hurt anyone."

- “Ke$ha! Or, How I Learned to Love the Glitter Bomb” by Jess Leftault on Serving Tea to Friends


"The only thing remotely heartening about the fact that Chris Brown was invited, or indeed even allowed, to perform at Sunday’s Grammy Awards ceremony was the fact that, by all accounts, he sucked. As The New Yorker’s fierce Sasha Frere-Jones put it, “He ended his performance by back-flipping off the stage, though sadly not off the earth.”

- "Why Has Everyone Forgiven Chris Brown?" by Heather Price-Wright on Serving Tea to Freinds

"The only thing remotely heartening about the fact that Chris Brown was invited, or indeed even allowed, to perform at Sunday’s Grammy Awards ceremony was the fact that, by all accounts, he sucked. As The New Yorker’s fierce Sasha Frere-Jones put it, “He ended his performance by back-flipping off the stage, though sadly not off the earth.”

- "Why Has Everyone Forgiven Chris Brown?" by Heather Price-Wright on Serving Tea to Freinds