ARTICLE | I’ll warn you in advance, this one’s a doozy. Seriously, if you’re sensitive to graphic content, as abstract as it may be, I’d suggest skipping this week’s subject and sticking to something more pleasant.
ARTICLE | Let’s face it: we could all use something nice. Quarantine’s been extended, people are continuing to lose their livelihoods, and it really does seem as if some otherworldly force has grabbed the planet and forced it into a sudden and ugly halt.
ARTICLE | Alan Resnick is an American comedian, visual artist, and filmmaker based in Baltimore, Maryland.
ARTICLE | Greetings from Miami! A lot of my friends and colleagues have been hit hard by cancellations of concerts, festivals, tours all over the world because of the Coronavirus, myself included.
FUNDRAISER | Chicken or Fish?, in short, is about reflection and redemption. It was built to inspire our intimate nature and encourage the idea of selflessness.
Nickelodeon Gettin’ the Perfect Gig at GLAS 2019 Article by Greg Cutler | SAT, MAR 23 2019, 11:15AM to 12:15PM Venue: David Brower Center Featuring: Ariel Goldberg (Manager – Recruitment, Production) and Amy Wu (Manager – Internship Program) I sat in on the panel hosted by three recruiters from Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon holds a special place …
REVIEW | As always, the GLAS Animation Festival brings in the most creative and experimental animated shorts to its competitions.
Article by Miranda Caravalho I don’t dream well. It’s a side effect, I think, of one of six medications I take. When I go to sleep my dreams are usually loud and fast and vaguely upsetting. To put it kindly, a dream journal was never something that interested me. But my close friend has spent …
I still live in the house I grew up in. It’s a simple house on the corner in the suburbs, a mile away from both my elementary, middle and high school. It’s a single-family home that at one point held more than twice that. Now it stands, changed in many ways but still the same …
ARTICLE | Although the Henry Art Gallery seems somewhat small, it manages to pack five little exhibits. It's also easy to find, being connected to the University of Washington.