KahnJunction: Just What The Doctor Ordered

First, it came for the toilet paper. Suppliers were caught empty-handed with their pants down  before more could be rolled out. Then, it came for our jobs and, all of a sudden, like the partner who forgot that anniversary, people all over America found themselves living on the couch.  Now, in our final hours, COVID-19…

Bye Bye, Necktie

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before–what did the shirt say to the tie? “You’re antiquated and do not belong in a professional setting nearly as much as gatekeeping elitists think you do.” Classic.  On June 27, 2019, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang stood on stage in Miami, Florida, for the first Democratic debate…

Friday Groove: #CancelEverything

Last week, I wrote about the upcoming D.C. Jam, a one-day music festival planned for July 4. While no announcement has been made yet concerning the cancellation of the festival, this event may be in jeopardy of being postponed or cancelled, like so many other events that are swiftly being modified to meet the ongoing…

KahnJunction: Follow These Rules (Or Don’t) At Your Own Risk

There are an infinite number of rules you could place on yourself when it comes to fashion. However, Richard Nixon put it best when he said, “Rules are made to be broken.” Regardless of your thoughts on his presidency, if you apply his thoughts to fashion, he was right.  All that aside, here are some…

The Confessional: Down on Your Luck

The Confessional is the completely anonymous advice blog of the UB Post.  Dear Down On Your Luck, I’m calling you down on your luck because what you’re going through is only temporary. Let me be the first to  say everything you’re going through will get better… eventually because right now it’s going to suck a…

KahnJunction: Dressing In The Name

It was late Sunday night when I set out to write a piece on rugged fashion–a style defined by the emphasis of masculinity. This piece had no sacred cows with jabs at  hipsters, defamation at the state of Oregon, and a jibe at Courtney Love. It was work that I could stand by and work…