- Oct 28, 2022
October and Mary
What does the world mean to you if you can’t trust it to go on shining when you’re not there? In birding there is an expression used to...
- Oct 25, 2022
The Queen of Horror: Looking Into the Life of Mary Shelley
If you didn’t know already, Mary Shelley wrote the classic, Frankenstein. I originally sat down and read Frankenstein only because of...
- Oct 24, 2022
Fall Playlist Recommendations
As cold weather and colored leaves begin to make an appearance, a new season begins: Fall. And with a new season comes a new playlist....
- Oct 18, 2022
Return to Halloweentown, 50 Shades of Grey, and How to Take a Girl on a Journey
In 2006, Disney shocked America. Just two years after the third previous installment of the legendary low fantasy DCOM (Disney Channel...
- Oct 17, 2022
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and the Nostalgia of Color
Tis the season of tricks or treats, and that means that everyone will be watching their favorite Halloween movies or specials from their...
- Oct 15, 2022
Place Writing - A Snapshot of JFK International Airport
I slouch into a tasteful but uncomfortable bench, compulsively rubbing my sticky fingers together like a horsefly. A minute ago I was...
- Oct 11, 2022
The Sound of Babies Crying is Music to My Ears
I don’t think there is anything a baby can give me that I want. Maybe a laugh sometimes—in a crowded church or store or plane, crying its...
- Oct 10, 2022
Photography as a Conservation Tool
Photography as an art is fairly straightforward: you take an image, you edit it or print it or post it, and others can interpret it or it...
- Oct 7, 2022
Fight Club: Don’t Aspire to be Tyler Durden
Contains spoilers for Fight Club (1999) In 1999, three years after the release of Chuck Palahnuick’s novel, Fight Club was adapted to the...
- Oct 4, 2022
Y'all See Me For Who I Really Am, A Star: Mia Goth
The horror world is no stranger to the vast impact that A24 films have had in the genre. Films like Ari Aster’s Hereditary and Midsommar...