Having taken an unintentional break from writing, I wanted to share another creative passion of mine with you all!Read More It’s Been a While!
Thousands of miles of train track from Oakland to New Orleans covers some of America’s most scenic views, taking one through beautiful sights you’d all but miss on the more efficient plane ride. In 2012, three bands, folk-rock, indie, and bluegrass – Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine […]Read More Big Easy Express
A football field has become a colloquial frame of reference for spatial comparisons both silly and serious. Unfortunately, on the serious end of those comparisons – Louisiana has been losing its coastal wetlands at an alarming rate; and estimates produced by the U.S. Geological Survey confirm the loss to be about a football field every hour […]Read More 600 Trees Planted for Louisiana’s Coastal Wetlands
Halloween festivities are in full swing in New Orleans, with Voodoo Fest happening just this weekend, right before the real deal on Tuesday night. Voodoo transforms City Park into a Halloween themed festival with amazing artists, vendors, food, and attractions. Some of my favorite artists were performing this weekend, so I went with a group […]Read More Voodoo Fest
Usually, college students anticipate the ever-dreaded, bi-annual midterm week by staying in, studying, and getting rest. Unfortunately for me, my midterm exams have been strategically placed over three weeks, falling before and after our fall break. Finding the balance between school and social life for me has never been much of an issue, that is […]Read More Halloween Over Midterms