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Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Summer of Weird Politics and Lazy Footwear

I have to tell you. This summer has been amazing. Amazingly crazy. I mean. Turn on the news or log onto twitter and it’s crazy. Armageddon-y af out here. And not in that like, meteoroid-hits-earth-Bruce-Willis kind of way. Like real shit. Real, deeply embedded shit that no one has wanted to talk about for years. And this. If you need …

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Why It’s Important To Grieve

I found myself on the highway tonight, listening to Zap Mama, Brrrlak. The sky was perfect and blue. An American Kestrel flew overhead. Everything should have felt right, but it didn’t. Something was moving around inside me. From my Solar Plexus, something was stuck and aching to get out. It moved, climbing it’s way up to my throat. The trees …

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Three Must-See Independent Films For Your July Netflix Queue

As Summer gets into full swing, I want to share three films that are all must-see indie flicks for your Netflix queue this summer. I don’t have to qualify how much I love black and white, except to say that  for me, it’s the most visually imaginative of all the art forms (high art voice.) But seriously, I feel like …

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