Reviews

24 Jul 2017

An Incomplete Rating of A New York City Summer

This is exactly what the title says it is. Regardless of your own personal preferences, most people have a strong opinion one way or another about New York City during the summer. Some people love it, while others can’t wait to get the hell out. This is an incomplete assessment

Jesse McGrath 0
13 Jul 2017

The Savior Of Horror : James Wan

By Jonas Barnes Back in 2004, a new director by the name of James Wan burst onto the horror scene with a film you may have heard of before called “SAW“. It started as a short and was eventually made into a genre launching low budget full-length horror film. With

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13 Jul 2017

Taking Food from the Rich & Feeding the Poor in the Bay Area

As the Bay Area, and many other parts of America, slide into a Late Roman Empire school of excess, the rift between the haves and the have-not’s grows greater by the day. In a world where people sleep on the streets in front of multi-million-dollar homes, trying to find a

Kit Friday -Mild in the Streets 0
11 Jul 2017

Growing Up Without a God. Diary of a Religious Tourist

By Hannah Harkness I had an unusual situation when it came to religion growing up. Both my maternal and paternal grandparents were in interfaith marriages. I had met kids in elementary school with one Christian parent and one Jewish parent before, but I still to this day haven’t met someone

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27 Jun 2017

The Future of Horror Is Bright

By Jonas Barnes When I first laid eyes on “The Exorcist“, I shit my pants. Was it fear or was it the fact that I was a 6 year old? I guess we’ll never know the answer to that question. It did, however, set off a chain of events that

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21 Jun 2017

Marie’s Crisis: The Best House Party You’ve Ever Been To

By Katie Barbaro Do you live in New York and occasionally feel disconnected from humanity and worried that the world might be breaking? Me too! Living in New York (and on this planet in general) might be stressful, but it also comes with some built-in coping mechanisms. One of which

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16 Jun 2017

NYC Summer Grub Series: Smorgasburg

By Jonas Barnes So last week, we ventured to Manhattan to showcase a Chelsea staple known as The Chelsea Market. This week, we’re traveling over the bridge and jumping beard first into Williamsburg. I’ll say this, Brooklyn gets a lot of shit for the beards and hipsters and all that,

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06 Jun 2017

So Your Hero is a Monster: Dealing with Disillusionment

Heroes are humans, and when they are ruined, when their actions come to light, you didn’t ruin them by telling people. They ruined themselves.

Hannah Harkness 0