What I Read Last Week – 1/16

Inside Ivanka and Tiffany Trump’s Complicated Sister Act | Vanity Fair Epitaph’s Brett Gurewitz On Building – And Shifting – a Punk Empire | Pitchfork Nearing Burnout? Here are 4 Tips from WNYC’s Manoush Zomorodi on Staying Sane | Poynter No, I’m From New York | The New Yorker Lynn Hill | Wikipedia    

What I Read Last Week

The last time I watched The Bachelorette was when this guy was a contestant (~2003). #stopaskingmeaboutthebachelorette  How Domestic Violence on One Home Effects Every Child in a Class | NPR Racial Inequality in the Minneapolis Parks System | The Atlantic How non-English speakers are taught this crazy English grammar rule you know but you’ve neverContinue reading “What I Read Last Week”

What I Read Last Week:

Llamas with Hats 8 : If I sent this to you in this last week that was because I care about you + swans. And zoo books. Wellcome Library archive sheds new light on history of mental healthcare | The Guardian Are QR codes dead yet? | LITA blog (re: I hope so.) How to talkContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

MoCCA 2013

Back in April, I volunteered at MoCCA Arts Fest – an annual festival held by the Society of Illustrators and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in New York City. It was an interesting experience in terms of attending a graphic arts festival and volunteering. The festival was small, and showcased many homegrown, DIY graphic artistsContinue reading “MoCCA 2013”

My Heart is an Idiot

Too Beautiful To Live originally broadcasted on KIRO Radio in Washington, but got pulled and was re-purposed as a podcast. The programming is often a mix of the host’s interests (Luke guests on Wait…Wait…Don’t Tell Me!), what’s going on Seattle, some current events (although the current events can range from pop news to politics), andContinue reading “My Heart is an Idiot”