Tag Archive: culture

Ginger Pop: The Train Wreck Theory

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I would probably be better at math and science if I didn’t dedicate so much of my brain power to coming up with theories. There is the Walking Music theory, the Mark Hamill… Continue reading

Oh, Oman …

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I haven’t finished raving about Jordan yet but, as I’ve just flown home from Oman, that beautiful country is currently at the front of my mind.  As you can see from the photo,… Continue reading

Into the Wild

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By Katie Shaw I spend a lot of time in the car driving to and from work every week, so it allows me to discover all sorts of new and exciting music. Without… Continue reading

Heroes

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Oh so many months ago I promised to get back to the topic of monsters and then I was derailed by an alphabet and gynecomastia.  Now I am back to monsters and more… Continue reading

Royals

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By Katie Shaw I first heard of Lorde while I was driving down the road listening to a local indie radio station. Ever since my first encounter, I’ve been mesmerized by this 16-year-old… Continue reading

Buzzed

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By Katie Shaw Several weeks ago I made the decision to buzz my hair off. This had been something I’d been thinking about since I cut my dreads off, but I didn’t feel… Continue reading

BOY

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By Katie Shaw I first heard BOY when I was making my daily commute between Denton and Keller while listening to KXT. Little Numbers came on and I couldn’t help but dance. Ever since… Continue reading

H is for Horses

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By Katie Shaw I was totally meant to have this letter on this fine Tuesday. Horses. Horse was the first word that came to mind when I thought of the letter H. And… Continue reading

Closer

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By Katie Shaw Tegan and Sara’s lastest album “Heartthrob” has been playing on my iPod nonstop since I got my hands on it. Granted I picked it up a little late, it’s still… Continue reading

Monsters

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How many of us experience a frisson of fear walking into a dark house by ourselves and wonder about all the nasty things that could be lurking there?  Until we turn on the… Continue reading