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Review: Kanye West – The Life of Pablo

I have to give Kanye West the benefit of the doubt. It’s taken me a long time to type that sentence. The first 6 weeks of 2016 have been an incredibly exciting and frustrating time to be a Yeezy fan… Continue reading

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Don’t Think About It Too Much

Life In The Real World, Day 217: Don’t Think About It Too Much Earlier tonight, I found out that the job I quit back in October laid off every single copywriter and editor in their web and magazine departments, outsourcing their jobs … Continue reading

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Poem: “Plot Twists”

Plot Twists I might stop watching TV because I don’t want anyone else to die. Killing your darlings is all the rage these days—no one’s prepped for art imitating life with a rib to the gut when the ratings go down. … Continue reading

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Rittenhouse Trio

jammed with some new friends in Rittenhouse Square this weekend and a local photographer named Jacob Rosen snagged this shot. check his work out at http://www.behance.net/livingthought

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Poem: “Finger Exercises (For Maddy)”

Finger Exercises (For Maddy) It’s cold these days. Snow’s been on the ground since Sunday night and the inertia makes my fingers twitch. I practice drunk driving exercises to keep warm, bringing the prints tip to tip: one, two, three, … Continue reading

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Poem: “Sue’s New Son”

SUE’S NEW SON So, Tobias Messina, you exist. Congratulations! I had to copy and paste your name from your mom’s Facebook status because I wasn’t sure what she goes by now. We play wireless Boggle every day and it still … Continue reading

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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts: Life After LASIK Surgery

I can see. I don’t have glasses or contacts on, and I can see. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to open this post, which I’m writing exactly twelve hours after getting LASIK surgery. I … Continue reading

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