May 26, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #21: Interviews, Points of Views, Woohoos!
Dainty White FlowersSource: Hiking is Good for the Soul | Penelope Peru Photography P³
Buckle up, bug buddies. Y’all are about to get slammed with some pretty intriguing points of views in these upcoming interviews.
We began this week with XtaSeay and I’s review of Blueberry Budder by Liberty for our Strain of the Week series.
Then, we took a look at how smoking was denormalized on Monday before tuning into Gone Fishin’s latest singles on Tuesday.
Lastly, we reviewed the fast-paced, free to play mobile app “Little Wizard Sally” on Saturday.
Going forward, we will be wrapping up our theme of culture for the month of May with articles about video game culture, Philadelphia, and the kawaii community – all of which, are driven by the unique perspectives of our interviewees.
Tuesday also happens to be when the fifth issue of The Burgundy Zine is released!
Phew, lots of exciting stuff to keep an eye out for.
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