Unpacking is an incredibly wholesome game which lets you see into someone’s life and experience different stages of it all while performing a gameplay loop that feels relaxing and satisfying.Read More
I have traveled through many nations, including this trip into France, that had colonized the world. And not once had I felt–Black. Or at least the sensation of how traveling while Black in America has conditioned me to feel. Black people, are constantly navigating that.Read More
The Celtic Way of Prayer is a treasured echo from the last millennium speaking across the decades through author and scholar Esther De Waal. Now in her 90s, de Waal wrote this classic while
living in the borderlands of the Welsh countryside, and as a primer for those curious about the Celtic way.
(Chef Mimi has)….created community through the Black Food & Wine Experience, which was held for the fifth time this summer…Read More
A week of romping through euro countries, many that are geographically or populously smaller than states at home. Trains, planes, and the unwise decision to rent an automobile.Read More
In the Emergency Department, I see chronic illness every day. The majority of my patients over 40 years old have either high blood pressure,…Read More
Pasadena Chalk Festival ‘22: How a Piece of Chalk is Able to Create Extraordinary Art and Build Community One Mural at a Time! Imagine…Read More
Have you ever heard of Moon Knight before? In the past he may have been considered a more minor hero when it came to…Read More
While video games have increased the number of canon LGBTQ characters that doesn’t mean they always hit the mark. Sometimes games fall into tropes and stereotypes…Read More
This was in May of 2020. The world was only about less than four months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even for a family of four with just enough space in our home and a reasonably sized backyard…Read More
…But the palm waving
Hosanna, quickly turned
To Crucify him
When he did not do
What they thought
He was supposed to do.Read More
The year was 1859 and Charles Dickens was writing about the French Revolution…
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” wrote Charles Dickens at the beginning of his seminal book A Tale of Two Cities.