Don’t tell me I’m beautiful or pretty for a black girl, tell me that you love the way my skin glows in the summer or that you think my curls bloom like flowers in the spring, or that when I talk it’s sounds like the birds singing their song on an early spring morning. But … Continue reading UNTITLED 03/31/16
This week, I had the opportunity to work with the fantastic Jerry Maestas. Jerry is a photographer and YouTuber most well known for his Instagram. I myself have been a fan of Jerry’s for about three years now and have always found great inspiration in his work. Jerry’s photos are incredibly clean and breathtaking, focused primarily … Continue reading MEET THE ARTIST // JERRY MAESTAS
I miss your physical closeness I miss your dancing fingers on my thigh I miss your balled fists in my hair I miss being wanted I’ve always replaced my loneliness with ur hands mistaking each striking touch for love Written by Annie O’Donnell Continue reading UNTITLED 03/29/16
Sometime last year, a friend of mine recommended me videos to watch from the filmmaker, Anna Akana. After spending a lot of time invested in her creative, unique and hilarious content, she easily became one of my favourite content creators on YouTube. So, who is she? Anna Akana is known for her videos online, … Continue reading WHO IS ANNA AKANA?
Don’t ever let someone belittle your shine. One of the most agitating things to be is people who feel the need to belittle a situation by comparing. The biggest example I can think of is every time my mother would tell me that my stress from school is not “real”, to just wait until I … Continue reading FLOOD OF EMOTIONS
This month’s anticipated new releases for the alternative scene, we come across an underground rising band in the name of “Movements.” They have released their first EP, “Outgrown Things.” This week’s article will be a track by track review of each song and the EP overall! The EP opens up with “Kept.” This song … Continue reading MOVEMENTS – OUTGROWN THINGS // TRACK BY TRACK REVIEW
I’m going to be honest here. I don’t believe in a universally perfect love. No two are the same, so why should one be more or less perfect than the other? The following is my ridiculously overly romanticized idea of love, one that I’ve shared with someone for a time, and something I want again, … Continue reading PERFECT LOVE