(Issue 15) Music Feature: Jame Minogue

Interview by Sherin Nassar The hill I’ll die is on that Arabs and Latinos are the remix no one expected, but is truly all the rage. To me, Latinos are just like us (Arabs)- we love a big family, we go crazy over food and love to give side eye to anything that lacks flavor … Read more(Issue 15) Music Feature: Jame Minogue

(Issue 15) Dance Feature: Aaliyah Thanisha

On Dancehall & Family History: In Conversation With Aaliyah Thanisha Interview by Naomi Joshi Aaliyah Thanisha is a Jamaican-German professional dancer, performer & artist, based in Berlin. On a frosty day in Germany, interviewer Naomi Joshi had the pleasure of hosting Aaliyah at her kitchen table. The two spoke for hours over coffee & cigarettes, … Read more(Issue 15) Dance Feature: Aaliyah Thanisha

(Issue 15) Prose Feature: Chloe Dulce Louvouezo

Interview by Carolina Meurkens and Selvi Bunce Chloe Dulce Louvouezo is a Congolese-American author, mother, and advocate for women whose work is driven by discourse on identity and healing. She is author of Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing, and Self-Trust (HarperCollins Publishers, November 2021), through which she explores nuances … Read more(Issue 15) Prose Feature: Chloe Dulce Louvouezo

The Pink Patio: A Delightfully Refreshing Low ABV Sipper by Lisa Wright

Summer is in full swing, which means endless hours of outdoor gatherings maxing and relaxing with family and friends. And whether it’s a backyard BBQ or a pool/patio party, chances are these gatherings will involve icy, cool (and most likely alcoholic) beverages as a way to beat the heat and get into the spirit of … Read moreThe Pink Patio: A Delightfully Refreshing Low ABV Sipper by Lisa Wright

The Safe Pink House: Tacos El Pueblito in Nebraska City by Monique Quintana

Before leaving Fresno, California, and going to Nebraska City for my four-week artist residency, I research restaurants near the center. Eating out during a residency is precarious for me, as most residences are in small, white, conservative towns. I find Tacos El Pueblito, a Mexican restaurant in a hot pink building that opened in 2001. … Read moreThe Safe Pink House: Tacos El Pueblito in Nebraska City by Monique Quintana

The Last Bite: Curried Chickpeas by Sasha Lee

Cuisine: JamaicanCategories: Vegan/ Side DishCook Time: Approx. ½ hrServings: 4 Is it Curried Chickpeas? Chickpea Curry? However stylized, it’s a mouthwatering delight! This easy chickpea curry is a healthy vegan option, a flavorful, fragrant and protein-packed way to keep the menu interesting. Chickpeas are budget-friendly and quite versatile. They are among the most popular shelf-stable … Read moreThe Last Bite: Curried Chickpeas by Sasha Lee

Kita by Baby

by Rebecca Yoo Yebecca has been a visionary artist since the beginning. By upcycling unwanted pieces in her wardrobe, she redesigns a whole new flair from sketch to finished product. Her brand, Kita By Baby (@kitabybaby), has become an archive page of her self-taught artistic journey. At the end of the day, Yebecca mentions, “It’s always been … Read moreKita by Baby

When ‘Disabled’ Meets ‘Narcissist’ by Mi Nguyen

Photo by Darina Belonogova Frankly—if I were a villain, this would be my origin story. TW/CW: domestic violence, sexual assault We met in 2016. I was a 20 year old aspiring creative. He was 38 and had reached virality as a performance artist in NYC, and on the internet. I dreamt of being a muse … Read moreWhen ‘Disabled’ Meets ‘Narcissist’ by Mi Nguyen

The Modern Detriment of Social Media by Robyn Henson

Social media has caused major impacts over the past 20 years. From MySpace to Facebook, Twitter to Instagram, and Snapchat to TikTok, the demonstration of trend and influence has been easier to access over the course of time. The accessibility that society has over social media apps has made me realize how damaging it is … Read moreThe Modern Detriment of Social Media by Robyn Henson

When A Memory Becomes A Stranger by Mayana Nell

Some people don’t visit their high schools until the reunion, which makes everyone fearful of if they changed for the better or for the worst. Some folks don’t visit until they are back home and just stop by to remember that that place doesn’t just exist in their dreams. For a moment in time, it … Read moreWhen A Memory Becomes A Stranger by Mayana Nell

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