• Moe Levandoski

    the many-colored cure

    music, color, and the fine line between coping and escaping

    March 5, 2021
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    At a jazz band workshop years ago, a charming clinician with a single earring told us about the splashes of red he saw each time our drummer hit the cymbals. I remember feeling a little envious, because I too wanted the music to filter through my brain and manifest in fireworks of color. But even […]

    be gay, do crimes

    radical normalcy in la casa de papel

    October 8, 2020
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    It’s hard to pin down exactly which secret ingredient in Netflix’s La Casa De Papel (Money Heist in its English translation) makes it so enthralling (other than the conveniently placed cliff-hangers at the end of every. Single. Episode.). Something about the adrenaline of a 12-day standoff against Spain’s best investigators, the romance of a heroic […]