“They Are Them, We Are Us”: Creating an Odd Future

Odd Future, or Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, was an LA based group of skateboarding, bacon loving, do-it-yourself, kids who somehow made it big in the music industry, seemingly by pissing off everyone with a finely tuned moral compass. There’s more to this collective cult-rap group than meets the eye, and if you’re at all emersed in the hip-hop/rap scene, then you know … Continue reading “They Are Them, We Are Us”: Creating an Odd Future

What I did & Who I Saw: SXSW 2018

As you all know from reading the ‘About’ page, I am a lowly college student, and this year for spring break a few of my friends and I decided to stay in Austin and go to SXSW. If you don’t exactly know what SXSW is, i’ll briefly explain it to the best of my ability. The SXSW official website states: “The South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference … Continue reading What I did & Who I Saw: SXSW 2018

March 25th – April 1st

Media Virgil Abloh, the creator of fashion label ‘Off-white’, was named the head of Louis Vuitton menswear. This combination impacts more than just the fashion world, seeing as Abloh’s stylistic aesthetic integrates a lot of street-style, and street wear. This addition to the Louis Vuitton team is extremely exciting, and many cannot wait to see what new styles Abloh will bring to the table.  View … Continue reading March 25th – April 1st

Women’s March New Orleans

Yesterday feminists everywhere celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March. Women and men all across America walked together in protest of inequality and sexism in our country, we’re speaking to you Trump administration. Today I learned that this movement began when one woman, disheartened by Trump’s election, created a Facebook event inviting friends to march on Washington in protest. The event went viral and … Continue reading Women’s March New Orleans

Music and Musicians of the Civil Rights Movement

On January 15th we celebrate the Birthday of one of the most influential non-violent civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. The non-violent activism Martin Luther King Jr. spear-headed in the mid 50’s, and 60’s played a large role in ending legal segregation of African American citizens in the South. Martin Luther King Jr.’s movement was a nonviolent one, relying on marches, boycotts, and large … Continue reading Music and Musicians of the Civil Rights Movement