Hank Green’s Authorial Debut

Creator, businessman, and weekly blogger alongside his successful brother author John Green; Hank Green is the newest author filling bookshelves all across the country. Green’s debut novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, was recently released in bookstores on September 25th, and is taking over the internet with its new view on young millennials living in a digital world. Hank Green is best known for his large … Continue reading Hank Green’s Authorial Debut

Daniel Caesar is Modernizing R&B and Nobody Knows About It

If you’re like I was, you probably haven’t heard of Daniel Caesar. That’s alright, because despite his relative lack of widespread fame, he has been creating some pretty massive waves. Daniel Caesar is an up and coming Canadian singer/songwriter who has released three critically-acclaimed projects, namely his 2017 debut album, Freudian. Caesar, born Ashton Simmonds, has been shaking the core of R&B, using elements of … Continue reading Daniel Caesar is Modernizing R&B and Nobody Knows About It

Three Fall Movies that Should be on Your Radar

This summer was one for the books for cinema. Not only did blockbuster films like Avengers and Mission Impossible, as well as indie darlings such as Eighth Grade, Sorry to Bother You, and Hereditary contribute to a record-breaking summer, but they are regarded by many as some of the best of the year. But what about the fall season? Sure you have the big budget … Continue reading Three Fall Movies that Should be on Your Radar

Jumping Back Into The Foray

Mario is the king of video games. Everyone knows that. Time and time again, Mario has completely annihilated every other game on the market. But for the past seven years, Nintendo has struggled to live up to that impossible level of expectation. With Super Mario Odyssey, Mario is back to reclaim his throne. From the second you start the game, the sweeping orchestra knocks you … Continue reading Jumping Back Into The Foray

Reputation by Taylor Swift Review

After three long winters of no new Taylor Swift music, the queen finally crawled out from her hiatus and is back and better than ever. Say goodbye to the old Taylor Swift; a message she was not shy of letting the world know when she sings, “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come the phone right now. Why? Oh, ‘cause she’s dead!” in “Look What … Continue reading Reputation by Taylor Swift Review