When the rest of the world left the 90’s music style behind with the coming of the new millennium, K-POP stepped it up a notch. Again and again, until they became the carefully crafted, iconic culture it is today. K-POP is the 90’s music’s hot older cousin.
At the time of its publishing in 1949, it was a chilling dystopian tale of what the future could hold. But even now, sixty-nine years later, it is still too real.
It’s a film that irks you, that makes you feel uncomfortable and wrong. It’s one of those that lingers with you.
To learn another language is to accept another culture, to truly see a language, a country, for what they are. Something so simple as learning a language can help us work towards acceptance.
In the next installment of Home Is Where The Art Is, I’m introducing one of my new favorite artists, Karl … More
Over the past year, I’ve been on some crazy adventures. Often, the best part about a city is the food. … More
Volunteer tourism, or voluntourism, is a travel trend that has had some controversy but is still very popular, particularly in … More
Although Latin is a dead language, it is still very relevant in the way we communicate today. Learning Latin could … More