Another essential essay from John S. Blake, this one about AIDS. Ahead of World AIDS Day, December 1st, this is a poetic tribute to his brother Benny and a reminder to give to those in need … give clothes, give food, give warmth.
With the proliferation of the internet in this day and age, Chris Valle examines the notion of perceptionalism and how our overall beliefs are being shaped by the values and opinions of others, sometimes at the expense of common sense.
A musician reflects on the attacks in Paris where a friend was shot twice and other acts of violence at music events and implores us to not allow terrorism or hatred to win.
If we wish to truly evolve spiritually, we cannot accept the whitewashing of history, nor the ongoing patterns of discrimination, abuse, and erasure.
Yes, of course, there’s Thanksgiving, we’re well familiar … turkeys and tacky sweaters and staged family pics painting idyllic scenes of domestic bliss. Now meet Bangsgiving, the “opening day” of the Holiday Hook-Up Season.
Grab your popcorn and enjoy the political “theater” while it lasts, but if this dramedy continues through March 2016, Jeff Reese says everyone should start to worry.
Travis Laurence Naught looks at the popularity of cheerleading, but wonders why professional cheerleaders aren’t acknowledged as athletes and compensated the same?
With the recent events in Paris, and specifically the Bataclan, musician Jesse Valencia proclaims that Daesh must be destroyed, in the name of rock and roll.
Reporting on racial disparity in our educational system, and with the recent events at Mizzou in mind, John S. Blake provides an insider’s view of action being taken at VCU.