For the last few weeks, every time I sat down to write this column it has felt like a weekly bashing of Republicans, but after the madness they have given us in March the conservative fire brands that have pirated the party, bored the vessel, and pillaged the integrity of the party have not just become a convenient pinata, but a necessary one.
March Madness is coming to a peak with the upcoming Sweet 16 and Elite Eight basketball games this Thursday through Sunday, as well as the Final Four and NCAA Men’s Championship the following weekend. The annual post-game stints on State Street are a UK tradition, where couches and t-shirts have been burned and crowds have […]
During the string of high-profile cases of police brutality that swept the national media in recent months, commentators often said that more police should speak out against the officers who committed such horrific acts against the people they are meant to protect and serve. Though I’m certainly not a nationally-recognized commentator, I was one of […]
“Young people have very little idea what happened in 1989 and very little curiosity or interest.”
With March being National Nutrition Month, now is a good time to focus on making informed food choices.
Something about getting political stuff done and looking business formal just makes for the best television (second only to combining a seemingly push-over high school chemistry teacher with the hardened world of methamphetamine trafficking). With “House of Cards” returning on the eve of what was the latest in bittersweet endings to great television shows (“Parks […]
Recently, Laura Poitras’ “Citizenfour” won Best Documentary at the Oscars. The film not only lays out clear facts about the NSA, but it captures an important moment in history like never before. “Citizenfour” follows the aftermath of the Edward Snowden leaks in a personal way. It begins with day-by-day interviews and plans made by a […]