"SOUR" rings true to young adult life — transforming the mundanity of heartbreak, envy and insecurity to the universal.
From forfeits to fashion to feminism, "The Queen's Gambit" is a timeless bildungsroman set in the ’60s. It’s as precise as period dramas come, sincere in its acting and somehow more riveting than Sunday night football.
Dancing feet on carpet flooring. Live concerts for an invisible audience. Images, words, old memories — prompted by introspection — unloaded onto a canvas, a page. This is the “new normal” for student-artists amid the COVID-19 pandemic: with limited access to resources like rehearsal spaces and art supplies, visual and performing artists are finding innovative ways to make and share their art.
If you’re wondering, apparently Coffee Cup can walk on water. No explanation has been given. Today’s mini-game was the classic two truths and a lie: the winners, Crepe Cake and yes homo, won by fishing out the most lies. Popular video diary mentions, romantic and platonic, include Papi Pablo, Pineapple Princess, yes homo and Moscow…