By: Carlisle Myers (and Matt Myers) As we all bask in the glow of the holiday season, giving and receiving gifts and generally enjoying all the holiday cheer, I … Continue reading A Carefully Curated Gift List for Emotionally Unavailable Dads
An unpleasant combination of Covid-19 and the holidays has raised numerous questions concerning holidays this year: Are holiday parties safe? Can families reunite for Christmas and trust not to … Continue reading Have a Covid-Friendly Christmas
Ah, cancel culture: the modern issue of online shaming, usually directed toward the wrong person for the wrong reasons. Today’s pick-and-choose cancel culture overreacts to social media creators’ … Continue reading Cancel Culture’s New Rise
Despite being an icon of the eighties, Princess Diana’s legacy lasts into 2020 with documentaries and Netflix series done in her memory. On the 31st of August 1997, Diana died … Continue reading Princess Diana Leaves a Long-Lived Legacy
COVID-19 has affected everyday activities and adventures. Traveling to favorite destinations is not as easy as it was last year. Throughout quarantine, there have been increasingly more travel restrictions due … Continue reading Travel Restrictions Leave People Stuck at Home
By: Emma Sweeney Selena Quintanilla continues to inspire people around the world with her talent, vitality, and the intertwinement of both her Mexican roots and American culture in her music. … Continue reading Selena Revitalized to a New Generation- but Lacks Her Perspective
By: Emma Sweeney Staying up late to order concert tickets. Preparing for the outing by listening to the artist’s album on repeat. Picking through your closet for the perfect outfit. The thrill of seeing your favorite artist … Continue reading The New Beginning or End to Music Festivals?
I think that we can all agree that the year of 2020 has been the most tumultuous one of, for many of us, our entire lives. However, the past … Continue reading High Hopes for the New Year