Taking an Active Holiday

Written by Samuel Hogarth Let’s face it, we all enjoy a holiday, right? Those few weeks in a year where we don’t have to think about work, or life’s stresses. If you’re from the UK, you know that one of the most common breaks that people take is a visit for a week or two…

World Record Holder Attempts to Save Endangered Species

By Taryn Womack It’s the time of year again when the “weirdos” come out of their shells for a moment to hop onto a website and sign up for GISHWHES. What is GISHWHES? That would be the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt The World Has Ever Seen. This Guinness World Record holder has thousands of participants…

A Choir Sings

By Olivia Dudley On August 16, 2018, the beloved ‘Queen of Soul,’ Aretha Franklin, passed away in her Detroit home at the age of 76 surrounded by friends and family. It had been reported three days prior that she was in grave condition due to an advanced form of pancreatic cancer. Her life will forever…

The Tragic Loss of an Inspiration

By Robert Velazquez The death of Anthony Bourdain was a sharp knife into the tender belly of an industry he inspired. For many cooks like myself, aimless teenagers with nothing better to do than drop acid, smoke pot and glue themselves to a television in a desperate attempt to ignore the mundane and often painful…

The Darkness Concert Review

By: Ricardo Santiago Rodriguez If you want to enjoy a real rock show, buy your tickets for The Darkness and their Tour de Prance tour hitting the US. I went to the concert at the Rams Head Live on April 24th and I was not disappointed, this show was one of the best I have…

Editor’s Review: The Director: A Memoir by J.K. Stein

Length: 162 pages Content: Mature Genre: Memoir Quality Rating: 5/5 stars   The Director by J.K. Stein is a memoir that will hit you so hard you will almost wish it doesn’t exist. In less than two hundred pages, Stein captivates the reader with a story that will mesmerize, disturb, and, ultimately, leave them with…