Few lurking threats keep one awake at night more than a home invader. Especially one who comes when you are home and at your most vulnerable: lying in bed on what seems like a normal night. Alone. Or even next to your partner. This is what makes the Golden State Killer into a real-life boogeyman.
The Playlist: Listen to this playlist while you drink adjunct stouts or barrel aged porters, and it will be like you were at my birthday party. The Movies Lady Bird The first time a film made me leak from the eyeballs from beginning to end. As a 30 year old woman from a small town
Rachel Stavis calls herself the “only non-denominational exorcist” working today. I’ve also recently learned that she’s apparently known as an exorcist to the stars, working as a screenwriter in Los Angeles and exorcising entities from actors and anyone else who needs it as a side gig (but a pay-what-you-want side gig). To be clear, this
American mind, body, spirit circles have been hopping on the bandwagon of Forest Bathing in the last couple of years. Forest bathing (or shinrin-yoku) began as a health program introduced by the Japanese government in the early 80s to encourage people to connect with nature for the sake of their health. In the ensuing years,
So after last week’s announcement of a commitment to better content consumption, here’s how January went. It’s not an hour and a half, but it’s a start. My playlist is like new music with training wheels. It includes several artists I had on repeat in that fateful year, 2007. Of Montreal, David Byrne, The Shins,
My father is a man who knows what he likes. He loves big red wines, buttered popcorn, and loud movies. And for the bulk of my childhood I could count on the same CDs in rotation in his car: Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Boston Symphony Orchestra (narrated by Dame Judi Dench), the Kill