This entry is loosely inspired by the articles of Robert Mann, found on his WordPress site, Something Like the Truth. This cartoon disturbingly depicts today's reality, except that it's from a 1933 edition of Progressive Magazine. Who... Posted by Speak Up For Education and Kids on Friday, March 6, 2015 It's been a long time … Continue reading From A Millennial’s Perspective
I first learned about the most recent total lunar eclipse yesterday afternoon while watching the repeats on Cable Channel 9 (WAFB). Weatherman Jeff Morrow told us that the skies should be clear, save for the usual fog that would appear at around 6pm locally. Luckily, I was able to go out this morning and snap … Continue reading Total Lunar Eclipse in Baton Rouge
My portfolio page for BRCC Today, the public access talk show for Baton Rouge Community College. 'BRCC Today' airs Fridays at 5pm on Metro21 (Cox Cable) in Baton Rouge, LA.
Ay, you know what’s better than doing Baton Rouge? Doing Baton Rouge on someone else’s dime! That’s how I struck big this weekend, getting information for two new blogs. I took a long-awaited visit Leo’s Rollerland this past Saturday for a birthday party, but since I still need to edit the accompanying video, I’ll jump … Continue reading Javan Does Baton Rouge — TJ Ribs
All right, if you’ve skimmed through my last few entries, you’ll remember me talking about a book I was writing. It was called #SociallyAwkward, and it was to be some sort of cautionary tale for the many young men who might be socially inept and don’t like their life as much as they should and … Continue reading What Can YOU Do for BROWN?
This entry is written in response to the article “Why I Love Baton Rouge” by NOLA.com writer Kiri Walton. I came across it at 2:30 this morning while designing graphics for a local production company. The article hit home not only because of the title and content, but because of Ms. Walton’s background; she moved … Continue reading Why I Also Love Baton Rouge
As a culture, we’ve become obsessed with reality TV—these “real,” heavily pre-planned shows (not scripted, because there’s a difference) that steal at least sixty minutes of our time on a daily basis. We’ve become so obsessed that their stars are now household names, have become legitimate celebrities whether we like it or not, and their … Continue reading Why I Watch Reality TV