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Discovery: Annabel Lee

Up is the latest track to be released by musician Annabel Lee, and it’s a cathartic yet intense track that is pushed along by a heavy bass beat. 73 more words


LFF REVIEW- Roma: The story of a little house in the city

Coming back to solid ground after the acclaimed Gravity and looking back on his roots, Alfonso Cuarón takes a path through childhood and his own memories to craft and deliver the elegant and incisive Roma, an incredibly lyrical piece of life. 743 more words


Review: Grand Hotel Abyss

I’ve not really paid much attention previously to the Frankfurt School and the development of critical theory after having covered them briefly during my University course and taking against the complexity, obfuscation, and negativity of their thought. 396 more words


Currently Reading: State Tectonics by Malka Older

I’ve been basically binge reading the whole Centennial series starting with Infomocracy. The series story arc, a mystery surrounding who is disrupting the global micro-democracy system and why (and also how), is coming to a head as another election cycle looms. 80 more words


Review: History Is All You Left Me - Adam Silvera

You’re still alive in alternate universes, Theo, but I live in the real world where this morning you’re having an open casket funeral. I know you’re out there, listening.

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DSP Staff Take, Part 1: Honda Rebel 300

The staff here at Des Plaines Honda is made up of a diverse group of riders, from Jimmy and Frank who are longtime Honda riders to Caden and Mike who are used to ripping down trails on dirtbikes. 541 more words


THE GHOST BOX: "The Pear-Shaped Man" by George R. R. Martin

This is the sixth entry in a month-long series focusing on a horror anthology edited by Patton Oswalt called The Ghost Box (buy it here… 953 more words