In the land of the free with its gold paved streets and home of the brave, the American Dream is ever changing. Although life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness remain our core values as a nation, our individual goals continue to evolve alongside our culture and economy.
This week, The Burgundy Zine saw the release of the first zine! Woohoo. We wrapped this month up with a review of Jose Antonio Vargas’ book Dear America, Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, Chamomile by atlas, and with a look at what was going on in the world.
This month, The Burgundy Zine celebrated the release of the first issue More Money, First Issues which centered around the theme of finance.
We also hit the ground running with regular blog posts and multiple series including Tune-In Tuesdays, What in the World Wednesdays, as well as coverage of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
This week, we tuned in to Lemon Boy, recapped the first month of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, introduced eight Democratic candidates who are running in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, dished out the Super Bowl cannabis commercial controversy, and discussed the importance of sparing yourself some change.
Calling all creatives! The Burgundy Zine is looking for content for upcoming issues of it’s digital zine. Whether you’re an artist, musician, writer, or advertiser, The Burgundy Zine is currently collecting content for it’s January and February issues.
Taking it easy following my endoscopy on Monday, this week introduced the first installment of Tune-In Tuesdays and continued with a second installment of What in the World Wednesdays, as well as a three-week recap of the United States’ partial government shutdown.
Escape Room is a psychological thriller in which six strangers must put their heads together in an attempt to navigate and survive a series of riddles and perilous hazards. The film is half decent, but unable to escape the stereotypical cliches of it’s genre.
As promised, the 21st day of the partial U.S. government shutdown calls for a three-week recap. The shutdown remains out of sight yet weighs heavy on our minds, with tensions continuing to rise on either side of the isle.