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Love Begins With Self-Love (10 Steps Toward Positive Change)

Love Begins With Self-Love (10 Steps Toward Positive Change)

Love yourself, you are worth it! Love yourself for who you are. Love yourself for what you have been through. Love yourself for who you will become....Love is a language. How long and how much effort would it take you to learn Dutch? Nothing in life is easy. If going to the grocery store and...
Film Review: Color Out of Space

Film Review: Color Out of Space

Color Out of Space is as much the defining statement of progression in the sci-fi realm as it is a nostalgic walk through the greatest moments of eighties horror. After thirty years of near-silence, Richard Stanley returns to the screen with a brave, bold, risk of a film which is nothing short of genius. Not...
Artist Spotlight: Kyle Carter

Artist Spotlight: Kyle Carter

Existential chaos being the lens of the all encompassing today, it is through the work of Kyle Carter in which we find solemn comforting zen ease in which to center ourselves through visual release.
Film Review: Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine

Film Review: Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine

Crawford does a damn fine job calling out, as the magazine has done since the very beginning, to those of us born with the stifling boot heel attempts of plastic herd culture to snuff the sense of passion and purpose eating us black sheep alive in the nowhere nothing cul-de-sac wasteland, his words a reassuring...
Andrew Cashen - "Frank Sinatra's Yacht"

Andrew Cashen – “Frank Sinatra’s Yacht”

Kerouacian in the finest most brilliant sense, "Frank Sinatra's Yacht" reads somewhere between coming down out of the mountain in Desolation Angels and saying goodbye to the mice in Big Sur; every line, every note owning us as Andrew Cashen cries out to eternity, "what I do now next? Chop wood?."
Artist Spotlight: I.S Mancha

Artist Spotlight: I.S Mancha

Photographer I.S. Mancha captures ideological American optimism through nostalgic romantic eyes. Carl Jung once wrote, “who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakes,” Mancha does both.
Film Review: Call Me By Your Name

Film Review: Call Me By Your Name

It is no simple task to express the alive and the confusion of touching the all in those fading days of youth when the near violent sweep within us from weeping sadness and blind burning excitement shifts in a single breath leaving us lost as our knowledge fails us beneath the screaming of our hearts...

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