Thanks to the glaring injustices hitting an all-time high in 2014, a good chunk of this year’s Pantheacon went to deeper discussions of race and cultural assimilation. The tracks proved necessary, because something about “hey, there are people in our group having a different experience from the rest of us because of surface and not-surface physical differences,” is entirely too… Read more →
Ecstatic dance is awesome. Done well, you tune out your chatter and start a conversation with your body: how do you feel? Where do you need to move, to stretch, to play? The music keeps your brain busy while you keep that conversation going with your body. I’ve been involved with and interested in ecstatic dance since 2012. It’s been… Read more →
Falls mainly in my shoes. Here’s my latest style rethink thanks to a ripped umbrella after the wind tore it up Friday as I rushed to lunch with a friend.
One of the odd financial aspects of city living is that housing usually costs a lot. It costs enough to scare most people into the suburbs. The offset, however, is that most other expenses – transportation, groceries, general services you might pay for, entertainment – are often lower than their suburban counterparts. Most of this is competition leveling the field,… Read more →