America’s History On Display At New Smithsonian
Essay / February 2017 / Walter Hill

America’s History On Display At New Smithsonian

Walking down the national mall towards the Smithsonian Museum of African American history, I was struck by how much the architecture of the building seems to scoff at the surrounding Greco-Roman fare and create its own kind of style and gravitas. It’s the sore thumb of Smithsonian museum architecture. And maybe that’s fitting; the history … Continue reading

Alternative R&B Spotlight: Artists to Check Out
Anthony Mahon / February 2017 / Review

Alternative R&B Spotlight: Artists to Check Out

Names like Michael Jackson, R. Kelly, Usher, Beyonce, and Alicia Keys have defined the contemporary R&B genre. Hits like “Ignition” and “Confessions” are examples of the greatness that this genre has produced since the new millennium. However, since the 2010s, the indie R&B subgenre has taken the spotlight. The typically upbeat feel-good music making of rhythms … Continue reading

You Won’t Believe These Celebrity Look Alikes
"NEWS" / Emily Kueppers / February 2017 / Riley Price

You Won’t Believe These Celebrity Look Alikes

A group of Champlain College students got together to show that Vermont has the highest population of celebrity doppelgängers in any state. It’s quite remarkable how much they all look like our favorite stars! Tony Hawk While this Digital Filmmaking student may lack the sick, radical skateboarding skills of his celebrity copy, there’s no mistaking they’re … Continue reading