• Harry Levine

    controlled chaos

    watching the lethal weapon series with my parents

    February 15, 2019
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    Content Warning: Mentions of suicide   I returned home last December to find my parents eager to do nothing but watch movies. I didn’t judge. I’m as solid a remote-holding companion as any, and the experience of the right movie can set a positive, unspoken mood that carries throughout the week. But at first, we […]

    purple on the palette

    exploring vanjess’s new album, silk canvas

    September 13, 2018
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    Albums aren’t that long. At times, I think about certain albums and it’s hard to relate them to, say, a 50-minute lecture on 19th-century American art. Albums and musicians are in the business of packing in their artistry, of conveying their ideas, expressing their influences and pushing certain sounds forward in a tight window. What […]