ARTICLE | I used to be smart. So welcome to TikTok, and the rebirth of Vaudeville. Does that make it smart? Probably not. ...and lunch is so real”.
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 | Memory is fleeting. Some things fade into obscurity, and what remains shifts slightly over time, becoming colored and warped as if left in the sun.
Article by Miranda Seaver Venue: The Regency Ballroom Featuring: The Edwardian World’s Faire 2020 I was a weird kid. If you know me, even tangentially, this probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. I spent a majority of my formative years dressed in ill-fitting thrift store suits, making campfires at the park and carving …
ARTICLE | I love my robots. There’s an Amazon Echo in my bedroom who fills my room with lo-fi hip-hop beats on nights when insomnia has the best of me.
ARTICLE | We’re all just trying to understand things. To know ourselves, each other, and the ways the past and future play in all our hands.
ARTICLE | I am a child. I must be six, maybe seven, and my parents have dragged me along with them to the hardware store.