Here Comes Super Weenie!

  –by Rafael Barker– “This place changed my life once already.” Those are the words of Super Weenie owner Jason Myer, whose takeout hot dog shop is slated to open in the space formerly occupied by Jamie Miller’s vintage store “Collage”. To hear Jason tell it, 805 Quarrier Street will …

The Wing

–by Kenneth and Mercedes Jones– Versatile, juicy, and reliable, the chicken wing is enjoyed across the world. Whether it be the drumstick still attached to an airline breast in France, hot and spicy and cooked over hot coals in Mexico, or deep fried and slathered in cavity-inducing “BBQ Sauce” here …

Buskers Welcome

Have you ever been to a major city and seen a street musician with his or her instrument case open on the sidewalk for donations? All the while, he or she plays with little regard to the world around them, often improvising or practicing a tune from memory. There’s a …

Social Media Exit: Part III

Social Media Exit Part III: Everything is Alive. Everything is Breathing. Nothing Is Dead. And Nothing Is Bleeding. by Todd Keffer II If there’s one thing I can say I learned through this project, it’s that your own mental health is more important than keeping up with everything through social …

Social Media Exit: Part II

Ever miss a class only to realize you’re completely lost when you show up next time and feel like you might as well drop out? Since my six-month, self-imposed absence from social media, that’s exactly how I’ve felt in conversations with friends. I realize I suck at keeping in touch …

I Am Druid

I Am Druid by Gregory Fort I am a Druid. You don’t hear these words very often. There is a stigma and stereotype that goes along with that statement. Maybe you have heard the word being the used to describe the people who supposedly built Stonehenge (We didn’t. Just used …