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Brown Paper Packages, vol 19

Brown Paper Packages, vol 19

Two words: Daylight Savings. I know I’m not alone on this one, only trolls and other terrible creatures don’t like longer, ligher days. Next to the longest day of the year, Daylight Savings is my favorite day of all the 365 options we get. Interesting…

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Yes, I am a Tornado Chaser

Yes, I am a Tornado Chaser

I’m not sure why, but I’ve been really tired lately. It’s really put a damper on my wit and charm, and as such, I have been strapped for good ideas. Through the fog of sleep this morning, I thought I heard the sweet opening chords…

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From the Heart(land)

From the Heart(land)

I’ve been thinking a lot about grass lately. Part of that is because it still feels like the dead of winter here and there is nothing green around. It’s all browns and grays and spring fever is lurking right around the corner. The other reason…

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Media Drive this Saturday!

Media Drive this Saturday!

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Opportunity for Writers!

Opportunity for Writers!

Hey young writers, check this out: The Reno News and Review’s “Teen Issue” is coming up on April 5, and they are looking for “any aspiring, opinionated young writers (ages 13-18) who would want to contribute an editorial.” They tell us that you can write…

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The Rainshadow Community Charter High School Blaug – Week #7 – A Poetic Challenge – The Pantoum!

The Rainshadow Community Charter High School Blaug – Week #7 – A Poetic Challenge – The Pantoum!

This week, Sammy’s Interdisciplinary Hip Hop and Literature course showed us a bunch of stuff that they have been learing about – the history of hip pop culture in America, censorship, different hip hop sub-genres (its not all gangsta rap apparently), and some students even…

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The Mousetraps Get Domestic!

The Mousetraps Get Domestic!

In celebration of the warm weather last weekend, The Mousetraps decided to put on some spring skirts, grab their Polaroid cameras and a picnic lunch, and take a bike ride around their favorite neighborhood. They pedaled slowly through the streets, stopping every now and then…

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Adherical Lyrical

Adherical Lyrical

Last Week: Animal Collective, Hey Light “young red bird they’re just natural feelings like walking off to ride my bike or just bump into you I haven’t seen you in a week or three days though it really bugs me It’s nice to find new…

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NFF #18, Sarajevo w. 4 Germans

NFF #18, Sarajevo w. 4 Germans

I’m very sorry for the slow post on this weeks New Friend Friday. I hope to make up for it by posting a shorter read (phew!) and present you with not one, but four new friends.I stepped off the midnight train from Budapest to Sarajevo…

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Brown Paper Packages, vol 18

Brown Paper Packages, vol 18

There’s this new magazine I’m digging right now, and you’ll soon see why, it’s totally up my alley. It’s called GOOD magazine and here’s what the founder has to say about why they exist: “We see a growing number of people tied together not by…

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