In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “What I See Behind My Eyes,” shares about her relationship with her mom, and searching out lost things during these times.
Dian Greenwood visits the Badlands in South Dakota with her son, capturing their experiences there and her feelings of alienation.
S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “End Game,” Park contemplates those he has has known who have died, and life in the twilight years.
Sean Davis reflects on the recent election and the adversity America is faced with, the changes that need to be made, and the opportunities ahead of us.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? The Hot Chick (now streaming on HBO Max)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Little Hollywood by Jinnwoo. (11:11 Press)
With America on the cusp of another lockdown, reading will become the primary occupation for many. But what author suits the time we’re living in?
James Jay Edwards reviews Make Up, a drama thriller by writer/director Claire Oakley, and starring Molly Windsor, Joseph Quinn, and Stefanie Martini. (Mutiny Pictures)
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Network of Hyphae,” election results are rolling in and Rand looks to nature to find corollaries amid the tumult.
Despite four years of numerous articles explaining that the primary reason for supporting this president is white supremacy, there are still people insisting we need more analysis.