Cats In The Alley started as two soul mate cats who were living in an alley. Dizzy and Tabs are punk rock cats who like books and libraries and making things out of stuff thoughtless people have thrown out. They don’t like eminent domain and things that would ruin the alley. What I really think? […]
It’s hard to stop browsing this blog: learn about herbs, spices and vegetables and how they can make you feel better physically. It’s healthy advice combined with ancient words of wisdom, quotes from legends and lots of stuff about being human in general. They even have a good online store where you can order several […]
This blog is full of nostalgia as I grew up in the 90s and loved so many of these films. I admire the author’s dedication to the cause, as he challenges himself to find ‘the most ‘90’s film of all time’. His views and commentary are humorous as he thoroughly dissects these films. It’s great to reminisce about this era of movie making, and at the same time, it’s scary to see how dated things have become!
If you feel fed up with fast-paced life, take a moment, go to the Oh, Pioneer! blog, take a deep breath and scroll through this amazing collection of images. If you’re stuck in front of a screen most of the day, this blog is a breath of fresh air, sure to remind you of the […]
‘America is a …’ is a blog about what America is not, more like what America was, used to be, and has become. None of these things are positive, but more importantly in these times, they are representative of the ever-shifting and eroding landscape of what was once a democracy or American exceptionalism.
The Juvenilia is an art and literature blog that aims to capture, in their words, ‘the strange beauty that forms when worldly perspectives come together’. Almost every contributor is from a different country, with content that ranges from stunning nature photography and cheerfully bizarre artwork, to philosophical musings and trilingual poetry.
We like this blog, Silent Cities. We like seeing images of some of the most noisy and crowded places in the world momentarily bathed in silence. There is something both serene and eerie about these scenes. The images above and below are from London, Sydney and Detroit.
This is a local blog by our writer friend Olu Johnson, who’s got a snarky take on just about everything floating about the interwebs. But why not take your news with a bit of humor and snark? From local neighborhood issues, to sports, national politics, and viral phenomenon, Butterfly Stories is a great resource for […]