*** We thought it might be interesting to see what Jonathan Todres has been up to since we last discussed his book Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law, co-authored with Sarah Higinbotham. He was kind enough to answer a few questions over email. Here’s what he had to say. *** Jonathan … Continue reading Preventing Child Trafficking – Catching up with Law Professor Jonathan Todres
We’ve listened to Quinn DeVeaux’s new LP Book of Soul, which was released via QDV records.
We’re big into golf – and so it was a nice surprise to learn our indie rocker friend Lizard McGee is also a fan of the sport. Well… maybe, more so!
French people have been jogging, drinking, eating, buying all the farine (flour) and pois chiches (chickpeas), and engaging in mandatory apéro (evening gathering) on Houseparty.
We’re not sure we’re ready to show our own vulnerabilities like singer Stefan Alexander, but we may have to after hearing his sophomore EP, Cry Again.
Tedy is a 28-year-old alt-pop-soul artist on an upward trajectory.
They may be a small family “hippie country” band, but the Buckleys have gained acclaim in Australia, and we have no doubt they’ll be making waves soon in the United States.
It has been a difficult few months here in Paris, but I kept saying hold on till Dave Chapelle gets to Paris and performs at The Trianon on February 27 and 28.
Happy Birthday, The Dinah! The largest all-girl music festival – celebrating lesbian, queer and female empowerment – is celebrating the big 3-0 this year.
This Valentine’s Day, New York City’s best chefs and restaurants are planning romantic evenings full of culinary delights for all the lovebirds out there.