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Slamming the Screen Door: Dispatches from a Summer Unplugged, Vol. 3

Whitney Collins posts her final dispatch from a summer free of iPhones, TVs, laptops, iPads, and other devices on which you are reading this. Continue reading

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Razor Sadness, Wizened Eyes: Nirvana Unplugged, 20 Years On

Nirvana’s legendary last recorded performance, 1994′s MTV Unplugged In New York, was too painful for the Weeklings’ Robert Burke Warren to watch. Until now. Continue reading

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Sunday Light and Word – Camera Curious

“Searching the angles of chance” Continue reading

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The Week in Bad Poems: Jay-Z Edition

Poems of our time. In rhyme. Continue reading

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Meet Your Overseas Travel Expectations

Nathaniel Missildine shows how to manage the soaring highs and crashing lows of foreign travel Continue reading

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From Michael to Norman: A Meditation on Two Artists

In his discussion of Mike Bloomfield and Norman Rockwell, Scott Borchert deftly compares the style and flair of two groundbreaking artists, and the importance of their names. Continue reading

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In The Drunk Tank

Brandon Claycomb spends the night in a Kentucky jail so that you don’t have to. Continue reading

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