Category Archives: Culture

Fifty Years of A Love Supreme

Fifty years ago December 9th, John Coltrane recorded “A Love Supreme.” It never gets old.  If being in love had a sound, it would sound something like that: improvised, sensual, energetic, dreamy, omniscient, passionate, nuanced, thorough, primal, mysterious, unable to … Continue reading

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Democracy Rationing

If you haven’t been there, check it out. Brought to you by the brilliant makers of Scarfolk:

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London’s Lost Female Subcultures of the Eighties

From Dangerous Minds: Not news but, there was a reign of girls in power (over themselves) in London in the 80’s. This needs to come back everywhere. Women should just go have their own gangs and subcultures. Yay, rebellious subgroups! … Continue reading

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5 Mental Tricks for Getting Over Yourself

It’s not news, and this article is over a year old, but I think it’s socially relevant. If you’re frustrated because you feel that you can’t write anything on Facebook without 100 people thinking you’re talking to them, post this. … Continue reading

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Men, Violence, Depression and Inequality

  When there’s talk of “changing gender roles,” most of the talk is about the changing role of women, or the women are the agents of change. If there’s one thing that feminism has succeeded at, it’s bringing the female … Continue reading

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Justin Bieber Face Times with Malala Yousafzai

Young girls of today do not need to be looking at a Barbie doll. They need to be looking at a Malala doll. I want a Malala Yousafzai doll. That’s the kind of gal that gets the attention and respect … Continue reading

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Documentary will focus on Marsh 3’s unusual art | Amarillo Globe-News

Instead of a documentary that discusses Stanley Marsh’s illegal actions and scandals, this documentary strives to highlight the art and artists that he hired. In my humble opinion, the people who created the art that made Marsh famous never got … Continue reading

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One way to make it easier to get up in the morning…

The Barisieur is an alarm clock that wakes people up by making their favorite coffee.

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Exploring the true meanings of public information and private information

This was a thought-provoking article from a Medium writer on the true meaning of public information. What does it all mean anymore? “A stranger could park a drone with a webcam outside your window and live-stream video footage from inside … Continue reading

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Marijuana helps grow the homeless population in Denver

As people flock to Colorado to enjoy legalized marijuana, there’s been a surge in the homeless population in and around Denver.

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