16 Jun 19

For so reason I keep latching onto what isn’t for me, jobs, men, clothes, shit New York State. I tricked myself into thinking that if I moved out of NYC that I would be someone different. I could move here graduate from college, start my career be the black Betty Crocker. I’d raise my son […]

15 Jun 19
Christine's Cinema Corner

Wow! A lot has happened since I had to take a break from blogging to study for my finals! But here I am now! In order to make this blog as concise as possible, I will simply point out the highlights that stuck out to me in these episodes. Feel free to skip to whatever […]

15 Jun 19

A creative mother of two kids, Marina has taken to social media to share her wonderful art work featuring the Super Falcons of Nigeria and German female player.

15 Jun 19
Little Baes

Sharing pictures of my actual test kits and what I wished I did after finding out about my pregnancy.

14 Jun 19
Candidly Sabrina

So the rantings and ravings of a cautiously optimistic, 33 year old, introverted extrovert cancer surthriver carry’s on. My 2018-19 Holiday got cut short by a clinical trial that I did not want to do, had ZERO interest in, but ultimately might’ve saved my life. I had to go to Chapel Hill, NC 2 days after […]

14 Jun 19
Daily Republic

Jun. 13–EGLIN AFB — The 33rd Fighter Wing is winding down its F-35 Lightning II fighter jet maintenance training for Turkish students as Turkey, a longtime NATO ally, pursues the purchase of a Russian-made surface-to-air missile system. According to U.S. defense officials, procuring the Russian S-400 missile system while also operating the F-35 would mean […]

13 Jun 19
Lisa's Thought Catalog

So as the title suggests, this post will be a train, a train of thoughts that is. HAHA see what I did there? a train of thoughts, Lisa’s Thought catalog. ok lol To break it down, in this blog post, I’d be discussing a few titles that i have the sudden urge to talk about. […]

11 Jun 19
The Scottish Play

FORTY-EIGHT SLEEPS TO GO! Since my last bunch of interviews with the creatives of this year’s Fringe, the full Fringe programme has been launched, with over four thousand productions available to book. Four thousand. So, it’s about time for a new bunch of interviews! This time, I’ve talked to six interesting souls on six fascinating […]

09 Jun 19
something nice to say <O> There are things you don’t know and people you will never be able to preempt and that is so good! That is a good reason to have children and spend time with new people who respond to things differently, who have grown up in different times. <O> Daisy’s friends are so wholesome and lovely […]

08 Jun 19
The North Carolina Music Zone

This Music Business. Class Is In!Copyright and Creative Works ProtectionYOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FORThis might be the most important segments for up and coming artists. If you are a songwriter and have a catalog of songs that you wrote but have never taken the time to copyright your material, you are risking your creative […]

07 Jun 19
Michelle Podsiedlik

[Explanation of Reading Journal Entries/Ratings] Yuko Tsushima’s novel of twelve short stories, originally published in Gunzo magazine in 1978-79, translated by Geraldine Harcourt in 2018. I read a 2019 Farrar, Straus and Giroux first edition from the library. Buy the Book. 4 out of 5 stars. Times Read: 1 The Plot: A newly-single mother struggles […]