// by Jessie Fast // Title: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa. Plot: Haruhi seems like a typical high school student: angsty, occasionally popular, and sensitive about her hair. That is, until she decides to start a club at school called “Save the World by Overloading it with Fun Haruhi Suzumiya (SOS) Brigade”. … Continue reading
Fresh, food, nature, eco-friendly, healthy, or a band of Japanese dentists. Send us your shots to show what GREEN looks like through your lens. Click on a photo to view the gallery.
// by Andrew Lewis // Goddamn it, another car. Give me a break! I’m not upset at a traffic jam. Nor am I frustrated at a right turn I can’t take because somehow the opposing flow of vehicles is evenly spaced in just the right way to keep the thought in my head that if … Continue reading
// by Jessie Fast // During college, I spent 75% of my time holed up in a coffeeshop somewhere. Living just outside of Seattle (in a quaint little town with no fewer than ten café options within a three-mile radius) meant that I could spend that much time in a coffeeshop and still not see … Continue reading