Book Review

We Are Not Ourselves

The American Dream is elusive. The idea of a Dream once existed in the minds of previous generations, but is no longer a shared reality for America’s Millennial...

Ready Player One

Imagine you’re in a world in which the atmosphere is so toxic that staying inside hooked into virtual reality seems like the best way to make it through your da...

Hillbilly Elegy

J. D. Vance is quite vocal about being a hillbilly. He states it in the first page of his book, Hillbilly Elegy, and reiterates it several times per chapter. He...

Falling from Horses

Bud Frazer is a nineteen-year-old kid from Oregon who grew up on a ranch and he’s really good with horses. It’s 1938, the heyday of the movie western and they’r...

The Glass Castle

Jeanette Walls is an award-winning author who proves the old axiom that miserable childhoods help make great writers. And to say that her childhood was miserabl...

Where’d You Go, Bernadette?

Bernadette is an eccentric architect who was once seen as so promising that she received the MacArthur Genius Grant for designing and building a house affection...

Book Review: Alexander Hamilton

If you’re like me, you likely know a little about Alexander Hamilton. You are probably aware that he was a founding father and maybe you even know he was the fi...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Who would ever have guessed that Harry Potter’s son would be intrepid, do foolhardy things that went directly against the orders of his family, and would find...

Salvage the Bones

There are movies or shows we see and museums we go to and books we read, not because we feel like they will be entertaining but because we just feel like it’s s...

Land Sharks

Mike Scott isn’t your typical international photojournalist. Or maybe he is. To be fair, I know exactly zero international photojournalists. But his adventures ...
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