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Steven Jesse Bernstein: You Are Asking Me Now If This Is The Whole World And I Am Saying It Is

Seattle-based poet and artist Steven Jesse Bernstein made a name for himself as a poet, performance artist, and writer. Informally dubbed “The Godfather of Grunge,” his street-smart, hard-edged work earned him a reputation that built upon his persona—a rough-voiced, tattooed elder spokesman of the darker side of life, a man who made one of Sub Pop’s best albums of the Grunge era—one, sadly, he did not live to see released; Bernstein would commit suicide on October 22, 1991, just as Seattle was dominating pop culture on a global level. 2,622 more words

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Making a Murderer

It has been quite sometime since I have written a review or discussed my opinions on films, movies, shows, documentaries and other things. Primarily I was focusing on theatre for the majority of last year, then I was spending a lot of time working, and then I began work on several writing and editing projects. 1,350 more words



I had the apartment to myself this weekend, which meant DOCUMENTARY FREE FOR ALLLLLLLL. I watched a bunch. Rewatched a bunch. Ate only sushi and drank only La Croix. 561 more words


Must-Watch Documentaries

Hello lovers! After realizing that the “Documentary” section of this blog hadn’t been updated in a crazy while, I thought I would briefly write about 3 documentaries I recently saw that I think are worth making some popcorn for :) (and for those of you that are Netflix and chillers, these are all now on Netflix) : 548 more words


Food Inc

Food Inc is an american documentary that gives some insight into the corporate farming of meat,grain,vegetable & food labelling industries . As consumers we don’t really think about how the food we eat is produced or do we even question if it is clean ?. 121 more words