Author archives

  • Short and Sweet, 2015 Feat

    So let’s just knock it out. Here we are, being 13 days so far into the year of 2015. And where am I? Oh, still here with my resolutions in hand…having broken probably all of them so far. I mean what’s new? It’s only human

    January 14, 2015 • Uncategorized • Views: 1309

  • Kyle & The Dial

    “I think the older you get, you find out the things you love, you have to fight to do. And the things you have to do, take up all the time in the world.” This is Kyle Napalan: College dropout and lover of music. It’s in

    December 9, 2014 • Right to Suburbia • Views: 2263

  • To Harley

    I’d love to give you a thousand notes Several invisibility cloaks To lend you advice and shelter you from harm My dear child, you are Everything that’s most valuable And near to my heart There is nothing more in this world

    November 12, 2014 • Right to Verse • Views: 1411

  • Brandon Watkins

    The man, the myth, the legend: Brandon Watkins. Ha ha! An epic intro for this guy is only necessary. Since my high school days I have admired this young man’s artistic work. It would always be displayed either in the office at

    October 1, 2014 • Right to Suburbia • Views: 1868

  • Ahmad Anwar

    Transitioning from jewelry makers, to a canvas artist, and now a musician. Or maybe I would be better off saying lyricist, beat maker, rapper, singer, and producer. Yeah, that’s right, this guy can do it all… Let me tell you

    October 1, 2014 • Right to Suburbia • Views: 2091

  • Shaun Lebby

    And we are on to the next: Shaun Lebby. This guy is by far an eclectic individual. Eclectic and unusual. And I don’t mean that in a bad way. This is suburbia, where you encounter people who all seem far too similar to compare.

    October 1, 2014 • Right to Suburbia • Views: 2101

  • Metal Spirals

    So here is where the journey begins…My first interview. It started off with a bang. No exaggeration, this interview set up such a strong tone for the content being discussed in the interviews that were to follow after. I admit,

    October 1, 2014 • Right to Suburbia • Views: 2906

  • Right to Suburbia

    The beams of light creep through the window panes, The morning dew embedded on plants like stains. The creaking of the heater to warm the frigid air, A new day is upon me, while I sip on my tea in this chair. The chirping of

    October 1, 2014 • Right to Chronicle • Views: 2877

  • The Choreographed Life

    Long-term goals are a tricky thing. We set them in hopes that we will reach them at some point in the future, yet if we don’t meet them, we cast ourselves as having failed. Why must it always be constituted as failure? What if

    September 12, 2014 • Uncategorized • Views: 1700