...And His Name Was Abraham (Review or Better Yet...
As a child I wasn’t discouraged to read on my free time, but my lack of enthusiasm that was my dyslexia didn’t help. Since my graduation from mandatory reading, I have found it useful and interesting. I recently read “Abraham Lincoln; Vampire Hunter”, which I read for many reasons, but the more interesting, and less mediocre excuse for a history major like myself, is...
Sometimes I wonder about my life. I lead a small life - well, valuable, but...– You’ve Got Mail, written by Nora Ephron It’s comforting to know that even though someone has passed away, we keep a piece of their soul alive in the words they have written. .agape.
The subject of this photo -along with the majority of his other works- is Kyle Thompson, a 20-year-old amateur photographer with a passion, a keen eye and a fantastic imagination. His surreal photography is thoughtful, eye-catching, and unique in the sense that Kyle can easily make a typically macabre scene look suprisingly elegant. Choosing forests and abondoned buildings as his favorite type of...
Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination....– Jim Jarmusch
Created by Qing Han, a recent graduate with a Bachelor’s in Animation, this one-minute-long short film entitled “Night Light”, is beautifully arranged and full of color and detail. Taking 5 months to complete, it is composed of 1400 frames, 600-700 of which are hand-drawn, and animated at 24 frames per second. One said it best; “Somewhere, Hayao Miyazaki is smiling!”...
Today marks National Flag day In the United States. Now I am not one for over dramatic patriotism, unless it’s National Soccer or the Olympics, but this is one of the few times I show my nation’s colors and a sporting event is not the main focus. June 14 is the day we celebrate the adoption of the red and white strips with the stars on the cloth in 1777 by the Second Continental...
Prometheus; A Review
What’s up, brochachos!!! So, last week I saw the much anticipated Prometheus- brought to you by Ridley Scott and was wonderfully surprised! It wasn’t a dumb all-flash-no-story film, there were many religious allusions and dark themes as the story line juxtaposed creation and destruction of life. The effects were top-notch and Michael Fassbender stole the show as Weyland Android David....
YOU WERE THE CHOSEN ONE!!! →
David McCullough Jr., an English teacher at a Wellesley High School in Massachusetts, never thought that his “You’re Not Special” speech would reach the ears of the masses other then his intended audience; Wellesley High’s 2012 graduating class. McCullough said what we were all thinking but were to scared to say; how can a nation of “chosen one’s”,...
God Save The Big Ben →
It seems that Queen Elizabeth really does want everyone thinking about her. Great Britain is celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and how else do you party like it’s 2012? Oh, I know! Let’s rename the iconic Big Ben tower and it’s clock that is the centerfold of Parliament, after the Queen. Now, when you visit our cousins across the pond, you will feast your eyes on...