By the time you read this I’ll be 29, probably. One last year of my 20s. It’s settling on me like the realization that five compartments were flooding settled on Thomas Andrews, my 20s will be over. I will become 30… I wished that I had developed a better visionread more →
Forgive me if my recap this week isn’t entertaining or correct. Despite the group finally leaving America and heading to Bali, it was the most boring episode ever, and I was completely zoned out for a majority of this dreadfulness. I should have just watched The Voice tonight. #regret Let’sread more →
In just a few hours, the movie industry’s biggest night will once again sweep onto our television sets to inform us which films of the past year were indeed the best cinema had to offer. We the movie-going public can’t possibly be left to decide on our own. If we were,read more →
While we all eagerly wait for Jesus to once again pop up from the dead (and doesn’t he take his sweet time), like the most anticipated pop tart that a hungry morning ever saw, our Catholic mothers have been reminding us for ages (or maybe just a week) to decideread more →
Alex Niemi is our CoverGirl for February 2015. Hopefully this Midwestern beauty will help you get over the fact that there’s no football for several months. Alex hails from Michigan, but is certainly a lot hotter than your typical Midwestern winter. Read on to learn more about Alex, and of course, toread more →
1. Essays essentially write themselves. That night before the essay is due…It always seems to be a little darker outside. A little more calm. The feeling of not being prepared because you haven’t started that five-page paper that’s due tomorrow for your
Jeremiah Weed whiskey is a bourbon-based whiskey that is manufactured in Connecticut. They’re doing a T-Shirt design contest where they invited Writtalin’s Editor in Chief, Ascher, to participate, but due to his lack of creative prowess, I decided to take the reins. After receiving
Wednesday, February 4th was National Signing Day for College Football, and with the 31st ranked class in the nation (according to ESPN, 44th according to scout.com), the Baylor Bears have what Coach Art Briles described as the best class in Baylor history. The Bears received 20 letters of intent on
Punk rock and basketball certainly aren’t the first things that come to mind upon listening to singer-songwriter Stefan Pruett’s debut single, but both make up the cornerstone of “Carefree” – a smooth slice of 80s dream pop that plays like
Recently I was approached by a teenager who had seen me editing my music in the library. This is how our interaction went down: Kid: “Whoa, are you a DJ?!” Me: “No, I’m a guitarist.” Kid: “Oh…” (walks away). My
Goddamn! Oh! Baby! I found myself shouting at regular intervals as I witnessed Andre 3000 work the crowd, make love to the microphone stand, and milk the life out of his performance at Lollapalooza. I thanked God, Allah, Buddha, Oprah
Forgive me if my recap this week isn’t entertaining or correct. Despite the group finally leaving America and heading to Bali, it was the most boring episode ever, and I was completely zoned out for a majority of this dreadfulness.
Being the movie junkie that I am, I always find the Oscars particularly enjoyable, so much so that I am able to overcome the smug ass-kissing film and television stars cannot help roll around in these days. (Did anyone do
In just a few hours, the movie industry’s biggest night will once again sweep onto our television sets to inform us which films of the past year were indeed the best cinema had to offer. We the movie-going public can’t possibly
Record 25: Malibu, Saturday, July 5th, 2014. Day. in the coffee bean today. it’s the afternoon. i don’t feel well. there’s a crumbling that starts in my forehead. it spreads to the back of my skull, and charges down my spine like lightning. i don’t want to lose again.