begets contrived eternity
After more than two years without a full-length feature from director Wes Anderson, fans of Anderson's work were delighted to see the recent release of a trailer for Anderson's upcoming project, Isle of Dogs.
Director Andy Muschietti’s recently cinematized horror flick It, (based on Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel), depicts a group of kids endeavoring to destroy a shapeshifting demon clown. The problem? The film chokes on its own theme.
It’s fall. That means a lot of things but one big time thing it means is ACOUSTIC MUSIC. I’m not judging... I listen to it too. I love Bob Dylan, and Joan Baez and all that bizznass. But a lot of time I hear people saying that they love “folk music” and that “folk” is their fall jam. Let’s get something straight… Folk music does not mean acoustic music.
As a faculty-kid junior at Covenant (with not one, but two parents teaching here), I have come across my fair share of students (some of them my best friends) who misinterpret that status in various ways. It has been both hilarious and hurtful at times to experience throughout my years at Covenant.
Although the verdict on the best brunch spot in Chattanooga is still out, Tupelo definitely makes the list and is a great introduction to this glorious meal. Located in historic Warehouse Row, the restaurant boasts a circa 1904 building, exposed brick, tall ceilings, and both indoor and outdoor seating. The cuisine itself can be described as traditional southern with a twist.
When I first fell in love with the game of football over a decade ago, my family was living in Columbus, Ohio. So, as anyone who had just discovered a sport, I needed to pick a team to root for. With it being Columbus, all of my friends and their families were die-hard Ohio State fans. I chose this, the easy and convenient choice, and I quickly fell in love.