KahnJunction: Sunday Shoes

A Shoe Guide for the Well Dressed Young Man There comes a time in every young man’s life when he must don formal shoewear for the first time. Sure, he has worn formal shoes before, but only after they had been thrown his direction after mom has gotten him something nice to wear for his…

Karla Shepherd Retires; UB Decides Against Hiring New Diversity Center Director

Karla Shepherd, previously director of the University of Baltimore Culture and Diversity Center for 18 years, bid farewell to the University of Baltimore this past December.  Months later, the university has decided to not fill her position.  “The Division of Student Success and Support Services requested to hire a new director,” said Bill Shnirel, executive…

KahnJunction: Billie Eilish and Her Timeless Style

Some styles are captivating yet alien capturing an unusual spirit of, simply put, oddity. The beloved Billie Eilish possesses one of these styles.   At 18, Eilish has rested comfortably at the top of most charts since her first release in 2016, an achievement known to few performers, even those who are more seasoned.   At the…

Why the Grammys Are Completely Irrelevant

The Grammys are irrelevant.  They tell people what they should listen to, all the while most of the music they celebrate has a basic beat with recycled melodies and lyrics. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed some Grammy winning albums, including 2019’s This Land by Gary Clark Jr, which won best contemporary blues album…

Senate acquits Trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress

By Bryan Gallion, Anna Hovey, and Charlotte Parker Dulany, Capital News Service WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will remain in office after Wednesday’s final vote in his Senate impeachment trial resulted in acquittals on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, bringing the four-month impeachment process to a close.  A two-thirds majority of senators…