Just because we’re independent doesn’t mean we’re guaranteed happiness.
Jordan Gray says that, as much as we often try to resist it, leaning on others is healthy.
Leaving the known has more to offer than escape, it can change your career options drastically for the better. Here’s how:
If you have the courage to lead others you should also have the courage to change yourself.
Lucky Number Seven is a a brief interview with someone interesting in the public eye, chopped into easily consumed tidbits of data for your brain space. This time we sit down with superstar artist Jamal Igle, who just dropped the pint sized powerhouse Molly Danger on Free Comic Book Day.
Harris O’Malley breaks down the ever-complicated issue of dating into four simple steps.
Marie Roker-Jones teaches us how to be independent without disrespecting an entire gender.
The following is a first person editorial. I saw an article referencing comments by writer Jim Zubkavich, who writes the largely entertaining comic Skullkickers (among other credits): Creator says creator-owned comics pay as little as $31.25 a page—if you’re lucky. On a print run of 5000 comics (and many, many creator-owned titles sell less than […]
Movies: Seattle Welcomes Back Langston Hughes African American Film Fest April 14th [@BlkFilmSeattle]
Black film returns to the Pacific Northwest in a major way with this power packed presentation.
No one can deny the talent of the Compton-bred, UCLA-educated emcee-turned-publicist-turned-filmmaker now.
The new independent film from culture critic David Walker has been released independently.
Shout-out to Camobear Records and Josh Martinez. Still killing it. Go buy their music and keep them in Coke and Ketchup Chips. You have to have a sense of humour if you are a rapper in Canada. Because you are a rapper. In Canada. Halifax (and Nova Scotia more generally) is actually a hip-hop incubator, […]