It’s a “chart of human experience, unearthed through music.” Brooklyn Magazine presents a musical map of the United States, with a personal essay to accompany each representative song.
Thoughts on NativeinDC: “Despite the terrifying idea of this pipeline going through…what’s beautiful about all of this is how the people have come together, to support Standing Rock, to support everyone at camp, to support our youth, and have made such a wonderful community at Sacred Stone.”
A letter to life. We both be the most faithful pair to each other; You and I have always completed our duties together… You put me on fire, I walked with rage; Other challenges given, I do break them… You threw me down a thousand times; I got up and walked back a million […]
“As designers, it’s easy to get caught up in plans or in the details of a project and lose awareness of ourselves and our surroundings. It happened to me a lot at the White House.” Ashleigh Axios, former creative director at the White House, says that your work is only as good as you feel.
Portrait of a street-corner maestro: in New Orleans, there’s music everywhere.
When I consider the sufferings and pains of some law abiding Nigerians in the webs of the men in black, undergoing extreme torment like slaves under their master’s enclaves; like prisoner the stree…