Do you ever get the spooky feeling that the world at large is reacting to your personal choices? Not too long ago I finished reading Mary Beard’s SPQR: A History … Continue reading Domina Reviewed: A Nuanced Portrayal of the Power of Women in Ancient Rome
Japanese history has produced two of the most mythologized archetypes in popular culture- the ninja and the samurai. Both of them have served as an endless source of fascination the … Continue reading My Thoughts on Ghost of Tsushima
Napszállta– which translates to “Sunset” in English- was my first foray into the works of esteemed filmmaker László Nemes, and quite possibly the most interesting picture I’ve seen in quite … Continue reading Sunset – Film Review
As I dipped in and out of Royal Street’s art galleries on my first morning, I came across a little place called The Historic New Orleans Collection, a large, 18th … Continue reading The Crescent City Diaries #3
I was sat in the shade of these giant, leafless hardwoods with bone-white, chipped and peeling facades when I opened my journal for the first time under Hungary’s sun. I … Continue reading Wandering in the Island of Rabbits
I started planning my trip to Hungary in December of last year. Even as I sit here now- sorting through various photos of the Danube- I’m still not entirely sure … Continue reading Why I Went To Hungary
On February 13th 2009, a documentary aired on ABC called “Hidden America: Children of the Mountains”. It was a feature that was at once harrowing and fascinating. In it Diane … Continue reading Our Only May Amelia & The Children of the Mountains!