Nostalgia

23 Mar 19
Fiction For Real - The Blog

Created more than fifty years ago, the American television series Lancer is mostly forgotten. This is a shame, as the Western was not the usual story at the time. Most television Westerns in the 1940s through the late 1960s were studies in nostalgia for a past that never existed. Westerns have been reinvented every generation […]

23 Mar 19
NYC 6th Borough

Se habla mucho sobre la necesidad de Estados Unidos de un “muro fronterizo” para prevenir la inmigración ilegal a través de la frontera mexicana. Ingrese a cualquier restaurante o salón de clase local, hable con su vecino o su amigo más cercano y no hay escasez de opiniones sobre el disfuncional sistema de inmigración de […]

23 Mar 19
Grace Lapointe

In the weeks leading up to Mueller’s delivery of his report on Trump on Friday afternoon, cable news has indulged in impeachment nostalgia. When I watch CNN with my parents, I see constant ads for the network’s documentary series on Nixon, Tricky Dick. It’s easy to overstate the parallels between Nixon and Trump, including their […]

23 Mar 19
Ovi Magazine

The argument that the Christchurch shooter, suspect Brenton Tarrant, or the views of Australia’s Senator Fraser Anning, seemingly holding a lone torch, are somehow not representative of the broader whole, be it Australia or New Zealand, is a self-deflecting exercise. They are the uncomfortable mirrors of ruin, actual and perceived. They are the voices of […]

23 Mar 19
barricade

Matteo Petrera  Deerhunter, the Georgia-based group that has been a household name in indie music since their 2007 album Cryptograms, played Philadelphia’s Union Transfer for the first time since 2015, a show remembered by frontman Bradford Cox’s 20 minute tirade against Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan and guitarist Lockett Pundt’s riveting performance of ‘Desire Lines.’ Deerhunter, […]

23 Mar 19
The Inquiring Mind

Another good  lecture on a very interesting topic as Prof Thurley looks at how English Architecture evolved from Saxon Times to today About this series A history of architecture from AD 410 to the modern day, by the Chief Executive of English Heritage, Professor Simon Thurley. https://youtu.be/8wiP8yrM0fE About this lecture The First World War brought […]

23 Mar 19
Ashbroyale

Marvel Theory: The Skrulls Will Have An Important Role In Avengers Endgame SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Do you think we’ll see the Skrulls return in Avengers: Endgame? Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant Captain Marvel was a smash hit with fans, delivering plenty of action and fun 90s nostalgia at the same time. But the film also […]

23 Mar 19
ThatGirlCalledAlice || Teen Blog

This post is something that has sort of spilled out of my brain. When I started writing it, I had the intention of creating a poetic ode to the person I once was, wrought with nostalgia and gentle mourning. But instead, a harsh, unedited form of prose has escaped out of me in a way […]

23 Mar 19
A Road to Nostalgia

These skyscrapers In this city of joy Gives me a reason To touch the horizon Fight the world Beat the odds Burn in the process Die for it Only to be reborn As a part of it And achieve my dream That I see Standing on the base Of these skyscrapers With my head held […]

23 Mar 19
Moundsville

Wheeling, WV– The Moundsville documentary film will screen in the CET Recital Hall at the Wheeling Jesuit University at 630 p.m. on Monday, March 25. After the movie, the filmmakers will answer questions and lead a discussion. You can find details about screening location and other information here. The screening of the 74-minute film is […]