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[FEATURE] Don't Lose Ya Head

By Hannah K. Moore

I thought and thought about what to write about for this month’s blog entry on the theme of mental health. Yet it was clear to me what I needed to share. 669 more words

Ride Or Die

More on Edison, less on coffee ...

(I’ll explain. and re: the photo, no I do not iron, but I do do that backwards salute quite often.)

This morning I woke up and half-consciously pushed the button to my coffee maker, and, 373 more words

Bipolar

What's Your Top 5?: Albums

I hope you all enjoyed the first installment of the “What’s Your Top 5?” series.vThe Grammy’s are quickly approaching, so it’s only right that we do our Top 5 Albums next! 651 more words

What's Your Top 5

She Reads Truth

The saying goes, “When it rains, it pours.” Well, I wouldn’t say it’s pouring, but there is definitely a big thunderstorm. When you look at your life, do you ask yourself how did you get here? 1,005 more words

Double Mastectomy

The Pyramid Aesthetics, Four Stages of Artistic Development

This essay is meant as a personal history of my own aesthetic narrative, as I would imagine it to be for artists in general. In essence, I will be attempting to explain my experience of developing a creative process through the larger context of what it means to be an artist. 1,181 more words

Essays

Day 21: Rock the Boat

I sometimes look at happy couples and smile at their hand holding and locked eye gazes. I look at them and smile to myself and think, 474 more words

Love

The Return of the Protest Song

In 1964, Bob Dylan, author of the early-1960s protest anthem “Blowin in the Wind” and one of the most celebrated political singers of his generation, explained to critic Nat Hentoff that he no longer wished to be known as a protest singer. 1,067 more words