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20 Years Later: ‘Happiness’ Revisited
The Cult Classic Everyone Should SeeThe banality of happiness—the state of being happy—is a unique cultural obsession shared by middle-class white Americans. Director Todd Solondz’s..
She was thrilled when the company transferred him to a new branch. With him gone, she wouldn’t have to expend any energy avoiding his dark..
“June” by Katalina Gamarra Water ripples across the pond as I weep for my forefathers. My forefathers who one after the other took their leave..
The Eloquent Speaker: The People We Meet (Part 1)
These tips are not only for the silent introvert or for the shy, timid boy. I admire Margaret Shepherd’s guide for its open influence to..
She and Them
by Katalina Gamarra *Disclaimer: Please note that this story is a work of fiction and contains graphic language and situations. Any resemblance to real persons,..
“Felis” — A poemby Julianne Day Ignacio Some nights I dream I am a cat Lithe and limber Soft and sinewy Arching her back Extending..
A Charmed Life
Film Review of “Paterson”In Paterson (2016), director Jim Jarmusch mixes the right amount of quiet humor, the mundane, and what can only be described as..
Why are they making Avatar Sequels?
The love of money is the root of all evil so we have to suffer through four Avatar sequels. Remember Avatar (2009)? If you were around..