July 20, 2018

Answer C by Annabel Lang

Answer C.   I left the cordless phone face down on my bed and padded down the hallway towards the den. My parents were watching Seinfeld, […]
July 31, 2016

Film Essay: Short Need Not Mean Small by David Boyle

In recent years I’ve become more and more absorbed by independent short films. I have Indieflix, among other channels, to thank for that. Seeing any number […]
March 10, 2016

Real Talk with S. R. Lee: Immigrants, Immigration, and Crime In Historical and Human context

Okay, here’s some real, straightforward talk. The kind of talk about race, immigration and crime in historical, cultural and human contexts that a lot of people […]
March 9, 2016

Why Replay in Baseball Not Only Sucks but Directly Contributes to the Decline of Human Civilization by Adam Phillips

While so far, baseball’s newly implemented replay system has met or exceeded all of my expectations (it’s boring, unnecessary, doesn’t improve the accuracy of the calls), […]