I want to be known as a well rested woman. I don’t want to have any kinks in my shoulders. … More
Observing, Aging, and Vibing at The Governors Ball
I did not start attending music festivals until my mid-twenties. In my teens and college years, festival ticket prices were … More
Your Favorite Misunderstood Heroes: A Godzilla for Every Batman and a Batman for Every Godzilla
Patrick Mullen breaks down offers up the definitive assessment of which Godzilla corresponds to every Batman era.
White Boy Summer Is Upon Us And America May Not Be Ready
A storm is gathering, like a hurricane off the coast of Florida. The whole earth can see it coming, and … More
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 1 Recap & Review
Fridays, which have been unremarkable for a freelancer like myself in COVID times, have become exciting again–thanks to the Walt … More
Grand Theft Auto Pacifist Is The Best Thing On Youtube
These days Youtube is probably the closest thing we have to public access television. They’ll host just about anything, within … More
Escapism through Military Propaganda? My Conflicted Love for the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Most of my COVID coping mechanisms have revolved around consuming media. During the first go round, nearly a year ago, … More
DIY.EDU: Start Lighthouse Fosters Lifelong Literacy with an Intergenerational Approach
Start Lighthouse helps elementary aged students to develop their literacy and activism skills to work towards empowering their communities and futures.
DIY.EDU: Norwood Community Library Brings Books to the Bronx
Josh and Chris chat with Brandon Montes about the Norwood Community Library and bringing free books to The Bronx.
DIY.EDU: Community Education Outside the Classroom
Starting tomorrow, over three weeks we will be releasing interviews with three initiatives to highlight the benefits that these programs hold for the educational community outside of the classroom.