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GHETTO SAGE

GHETTO SAGE

Hip Hop is in a golden era. The amount of raw talent, commercial success, and potential is greater than the world has ever seen. Ghetto Sage is a combination of Chicago MC’s: Noname, Saba, and Smino (originally hailing from St. Louis). As frequent collaborators sharing similar artistic evolutions, the formulation of this group was inevitable. […]

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Hollow Knight: A Review

Hollow Knight: A Review

Let’s start with how weird this game is, on the surface level. It’s where all of the characters on bugs (finally). Now, again, this is strange, when is the last there has been a well known-ish game about bugs? In the spirit of Halloween, this game does have its spooky elements. Hollow Knight is another […]

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Lyn Miller-Lachmann’s “Gringolandia”

Lyn Miller-Lachmann’s “Gringolandia”

It’s a common in Latin American history to run into a military dictatorship during the 20th century, and Chile was no exception. When you study events like this, sometimes the statistics seem more like numbers and not real people. Think about the thousands of people who must flee their homes because their family was threatened […]

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“Fresh Prince” enters Fashion

“Fresh Prince” enters Fashion

Will Smith’s new clothing line is a well-timed, well-designed continuation of the Fresh Prince’s franchise. Will Smith is in. Athleisure is in. The 90s are now. If there ever was a time to capitalize on the cultural treasure that graced television screens with new seasons from ’90-’96, it is now. The timeliness of this line’s […]

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Chasers

Chasers

It was night time in a small neighborhood in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Winter had just arrived. The air was thin and frigid, and smelled like the absence of life. I was with four other friends that night, we were waiting for a fifth. We went for a walk. It is incredibly dark. There are […]

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Escadaria Selarón

Escadaria Selarón

Today, I’m taking you on a trip back to Rio de Janeiro. One of the most iconic landmarks of the city is the Selarón Steps (Portuguese: Escadaria Selarón) in the middle of the city. If you haven’t heard of it, that’s fair, seeing as it didn’t exist thirty years ago. The Chilean creator of this […]

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Firefly Ink

Firefly Ink

Oozed from your lips Drawn taught. Stained glass Teeth; ivory canvases. Each of my fingers dipped in the amber Inkwell. Drenched in golden skin. We soaked our bodies in luminescence we licked the honey off each other until we were grossly incandescent.

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Dear White People’s Lionel & I

Dear White People’s Lionel & I

Dear White People,  Every time a new season of this show comes out, people shouldn’t have to explain why the title of this show isn’t racist. Partially because if you took a half hour and just watched the show, you’d know why it was called that and maybe you’d even like it. Dear White People is […]

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Bloodstained -Ritual of the Night- :                                             A Review by Austin DeMeglio

Bloodstained -Ritual of the Night- : A Review by Austin DeMeglio

       When I first saw Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night at New York Comic Con, I was thrilled. I had not prior knowledge of it. I was able to play the demo, and that was about 3 years ago. I was following the game since then before its release. And my goodness was […]

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HΘMΣCΘMING

HΘMΣCΘMING

Point blank: if you don’t know I like Beyoncé, just forget everything you know about me and start over. As long as I’ve been alive, Beyoncé, whether as a solo artist or as a member of Destiny’s Child, has been producing my favorite music. “Crazy in Love” is probably the first song I ever memorized. […]

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