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It’s easy to loathe folks with opinions that diverge from our own, especially in election times. It’s even easier to forget that the people behind the divergent opinions and provocative soundbites are just that: people.
From literal mountains of methane-emitting refuse outside of Los Angeles, to the massive gyres of plastic bits that are spreading across the world’s oceans, Pulitzer-winner Humes shines a light on humankind’s dirtiest secret: our garbage.
Sometimes looking for correct pronunciations can be a confusing (and hilarious) endeavor.
The mysteries surrounding Shakur’s untimely death continue to inspire conspiracy theories.
Carrie Manolakos’ cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” shows off her prodigious vocal talents, as well as the versatility of the classic song.
I’ve recently found my own fanboyism tempered by the new season’s impossible ante of unpleasantness.
While I came away from Under African Skies with a new understanding of the political landscape from which ‘Graceland’ emerged, it was Simon’s ruminations on the role of the artist in our society that hit me hardest.
A shocking story from inside North Korea shows just how little we know about the notoriously secretive socialist state.