What a busy week it has been here! Hence why you’re getting a blog post slated for the 18th today. Sincere apologies to all three of my readers.
What else can be said at this point? Honestly.
It has been so nice getting to know Andrew (my partner’s friend)! His knowledge of music is encyclopedic and would be intimidating from anyone else – he is so kind that you can’t help but to want to learn more.
He is currently doing a countdown of his top favourite bands A-Z, which is an awesome and fun way to sneak a peek into his collection! Enjoy this fun, awesome music Rolodex and find something new you may love!
Bet you didn’t expect that one.
This is a heartbreaking look at the toll the pandemic had on working mothers. Don’t judge the writer when you read her words – hear her pain and frustration and know that so many other mothers were in the same position. And may still be.
I got it wrong. I was told this was a love story.
We all did, probably.
I didn’t think Lolita was worth a second look, let alone a ten part deep dive into every facet of marketing, the release, the movies, the plays, the musicals, and the aesthetics, but I am so glad that I took the time.
One a side note: I have been so enjoying Jamie Loftus’ podcasts – she is an incredible storyteller and has a wonderfully unique way of looking at things! She may just be edging out Dan Taberski for my favourite podcaster right now.
Hats off to unofficial heroes! What a fun story!
No one writes a headline like AV Club writes a headline. But this article does point out a huge issue looming: frontline workers are burned out, tired of being treated as if they are disposable, and are leaving en masse.
If a job is important enough to be done, it’s important to be paid a thriving wage.