Tuesday, November 18, 2014 10:06 — 2 Comments
Mini Cortese brothers! A Lego Movie-like phone with hecka exuberance – OH MY GOD HOW WILL IT REUNITE WITH ITS LOVED ONES? But seriously, how is all this happening? Plus, doesn’t Dom look hella dope in that Post Office hat? And Jared’s smile, is it as charming for you as it is for me? QUICK SOMEONE PUT THAT VIDEO ON AGAIN, I NEED TO SEE IT!
Monday, November 17, 2014 12:50 — 0 Comments
Hello and welcome back to Three Songs to the Head where we share three songs that moved us, three songs we love, three songs we can’t get out of our heads! Today, we’re featuring Julia Massey, Stereo Embers and Smokey Brights. Enjoy!
Monday, November 17, 2014 12:28 — 0 Comments
The James Franco Review is the newest literary publication out of Seattle – the mission of it is simple: treat every submission as if it was from James Franco, i.e. a celebrity lauded for creative work by many. “This isn’t about satire,” says the review’s Facebook page. “This is about visibility. JFR considers your work of prose & poetry assuming it’s already worthy of an editor’s attention.” What a fun, great idea! As a result, we wanted to reach out to the review’s founder, Corinne Manning, and ask her one super important question!
Thursday, November 6, 2014 11:54 — 0 Comments
Hello and welcome back to Three Songs to the Head where we share three songs that moved us, three songs we love, three songs we can’t get out of our heads! Today, we’re featuring These Curious Thoughts, Sundae + Mr. Goessl and The Environment. Enjoy!
Wednesday, November 5, 2014 13:04 — 0 Comments
Comedian Brett Hamil is in the middle of a hilarious race to the finish line. He is posting a new audio sketch every day leading up to the recoding dates of his next album, slated for Nov. 6-8 – TOMORROW.
Monday, November 3, 2014 12:17 — 0 Comments
Gabriel Teodros grew up in Beacon Hill and has been a beloved musician in Seattle for years. He also has lead numerous writing workshops with youth around the Puget Sound. His latest album, Evidence of Things Not Seen, is available now here.
The answer isn't poetry, but rather language
- Richard Kenney
November 24th, 2014
I thought Interstellar was one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen – in fact about an hour in, I’d taken my wrist watch off, started smelling it, and playing with it as if it was a bird. To me – and I read, write and edit work every day – it felt like the Nolans threw millions of dollars at a half-baked short story they wrote over the weekend. But Michael Park, lecturer at Stanford University and holder of a Ph.D in theoretical particle physics from Rutgers University, saw the movie’s merits – and then some. Park, whose research […]