It seems everyone who has watched the show feels one of two ways about it. Do you hate Girls or love Girls? The conundrum of this HBO series, now in its final season, encapsulates so much of the mystery of girls in general. Can a girl truly ever be loved without also being a little … Continue reading Hate Girls Love Girls
It usually doesn't rain in Southern California. Just ask Frank Ocean, just ask anyone. That's why we have droughts so often and so terribly. That's why we live outside and build schools outside and malls outside and drive with the windows down and run around barefoot. I'm not just perpetuating The California Myth. We do … Continue reading The Rain in California
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The classics of literature are worthy of their collective moniker. Years and years of their relevance and near-perfection have solidified their place in the literary world. Even for avid lovers of literature, however, it can be difficult to sift through the stacks and stacks of these golden tales and choose the ones which speak to you … Continue reading Totally Booked: My Classics
February is--and always has been--one of my favorite months of the year. It's cozy and sweet and full of sweeping romance. February is the month that celebrates so many of the things I hold most dear...Valentine's Day (it's not just a Hallmark Holiday, people!), President's Day (pay it forward to good old Abe and George), as … Continue reading Mad for Marilyn
This masterpiece by Kenneth Lonergan is on the lips of the industry these days, nominated for various awards across the board. Perhaps you've heard that the score is exquisite. Perhaps you've heard that Casey Affleck is stupefyingly incredible. And perhaps you've heard that it's the saddest goddamn thing most movie goers have ever seen. I can confirm … Continue reading Oscar Buzz: Manchester by the Sea