March Announcements

March Announcements

Ah March. Shamrock shakes, wet snow on the ground, and mother nature playing tricks on us. Only 11 days until Paganicon. It is an awesome event for any pagan or pagan adjacent people who can make it to the Twin cities. The lovely Kristoffer Hughes is back (I reviewed...

Cerebro Podcast Review

Join Connor Goldsmith and his esteemed guest as they take a deep dive into one character from the X-men  franchise on the Cerebro Podcast. Each episode includes a Cerebro file when Goldsmith (painfully) goes through the character’s major stories in order of...

Review Sandman Part II

As a fan girl. I faced a great dilemma: to change my Netflix icon to Mathew or Lucifer from Sandman. I chose Lucifer. We return to my review of the Sandman after a blogging break (what can I say? Graduate school sucks). The second arc is episodes 6-10, which you...
February Announcements

February Announcements

Happy Imbolc to all who celebrate! May this be the time to plant seeds and refocus for the future. Winter has struck hard this year. Get a few nice winters, then bam! More snow in a month than we normally get in a year, a drop in temp, raise in temp. more snow, drop...
Corporatizing Alternative Medicine

Corporatizing Alternative Medicine

This post is partly prompted by a documentary I recently watched on Netflix called (Un)well. This isn’t a review of the documentary itself, but it prompted me to write about some things I have been chewing over. I have been getting uneasy with the corporatization of...
Great Art Made Through Trickery is Still Wrong

Great Art Made Through Trickery is Still Wrong

I have loved the 1968 version of Romeo and Juliet.  I think it is the best version of the Shakespeare story on film.  When I heard that the lead actors were suing the studio over the controversial bedroom scene, I was shocked. After reading the details, I...
Labyrinth Shadow Cast by NerdDoms Review

Labyrinth Shadow Cast by NerdDoms Review

The Labyrinth (for those who don’t know) is a movie done by Jim Henson from 1986. Teenager Sarah accidentally summons the goblin king Jareth, who takes her baby brother. Sarah then has 13 hours to complete Jareth’s Labyrinth and rescue her baby brother, before he...
January Announcements

January Announcements

Happy New Year! After a hiatus, I am back. I blame end of semester project which sapped all my creative energy followed by holidays, and then a fallow period where I needed to recover. The good art is I know what to expect next semester end, so hopefully will do a...
December Announcements

December Announcements

Winter, which had been kind to us so far, came to Minnesota with a vengeance in the form of our first major snowstorm this winter. Now is the magick of digging out your car and frantically praying to Manannan Mac Lir to open the way home while on slick roads. To...

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