September 28, 2020
The Burgundy Zine #17: Fall Into ScienceSource: The Burgundy Zine
September 14, 2020
Experts from Pups Pal share pawesome tips for embarking on a hike with your furry, four-legged friend in a wonderful infographic.
September 8, 2020
Rooted in their authentic sound and personality, Chicago-based folk-rock band Thompson Springs has captivated listeners with their debut album, “Undertones.”
Recently, we spoke to Matt Smith of Thompson Springs to learn more about “Undertones,” how the band began, and what they’re working on next.
September 5, 2020
Peter of Joyful Source explains how millennials have redefined dating in the modern world.
August 22, 2020
As of today, I have legally been an adult for two years — but it wasn’t until recently that I finally began to feel like an adult.
Despite being a junior in college, working multiple jobs, paying taxes, taking public transportation into the city on my own (gasp), living with my partner, having six credit cards, and a number of other things, I still felt very much as if I was waiting for some anime-esque magical girl transformation into adulthood.
So… when was that defining moment? Was a Descartesian descent into quarantine madness and introspection?
August 8, 2020
Happy “three years of knowing you” anniversary, my honey darling. Thank you for being there for me through everything… Even my more questionable fashion choices.
I couldn’t ask for a better partner in life.
July 31, 2020
Amidst a swirl of news about The Pentagon’s intent to release more UFO footage, NASA has taken off on a new era of space exploration with the Mars Perseverance launch yesterday morning.
July 29, 2020
soft as a lullaby, sweet as lamb,
your moonlight caresses my skin,
and i sing for you ’till sunrise, i hope you hear it,
i want you to dream of me, let my voice be your blanket,
i sing for you ’till sunrise, as your love engulfs horizons,
i long for the mornings that you let me in,
to your arms as i crawled back to bed for the day,
i miss waking up next to you every day, it weighs,
deep on my chest,
where your head used to rest,
i feel best in your arms,
so i’ll keep the space in the bed warm,