One Speaks, Two Don’t

by Claire Meyeron February 26, 2015
    Dances are typically choreographed to tell a story. Even the most abstract ideas and concepts can find a home in movement. This idea came to Ira Gl...

The Sweet Art of Mia Charro

by Jenna Austinon February 26, 2015
Illustrator Mia Charro brings a sweet and endearing nature to her children’s books and compositions. When not working on her art,...


Toulouse Latrec and the Art of Lust Before the Sex Tape

by Jenna Austinon February 25, 2015
The nude figure has bee...

The Impending Future of Libraries

by Chelsey Grassoon February 25, 2015
   A library is a lot more than a building filled with books; it’s a physical representation of free and ...


Life on a Bubble: Tomas Saraceno

by Jenna Austinon February 24, 2015
1,200 square meters of transparent material is the basic ingredient of Tomas Saraceno’s installation “On ...

Songs That Will Warm You Through the Rest of Winter

by Ieshia McDonaldon February 24, 2015
It’s sadly still winter. A time f...

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OH, God: On the Therapist’s Couch

by Claire Meyeron February 24, 2015
American audiences are rarely treated to pieces written and produced outside of the USA. Guy Ben-Aharon brings his Israeli Stage Company- based out of Boston- to the theater with “OH, God,” a performance following Ella, the a psychotherapist and single mother of an autistic child who has recently taken on a very scattered patient: God. […]

‘Rising’ Star: Robert Van Embricqs

by Jenna Austinon February 23, 2015
Dutch designer Robert Van Embricqs designs for his Rising furniture line were inspired by...


How Audiovisual Bloggers are the New DJs

by Ieshia McDonaldon February 23, 2015
Audiovisual blogs such as Majestic Casual and The Sound You Need are Youtube channels dedicated to remastered songs. These blogs are ran by DJs who remaster popular songs to fit a lighter, more chill ambience and they are (or should be) the new DJs for your everyday life. These remastered tracks can be found on […]

Gone in a Flash: Where Is All the Micro-Fiction?

by Chelsey Grassoon February 20, 2015
Novels and non-fiction writing have always dominated th...