As arbiters of taste and culture, tweens seem to rule our 21st-century world. They dominate media (both traditional and social), and they can easily turn an actor, musician, or writer of questionable talent into an international icon, practica. . .
I’m opening a colossal can of worms, and I know it. It’s time to take on the CLASSICS.
I am well aware of what I’m getting into. As a grad student of literature, I was a willing participant in all the usual tradition-overturning theories: The. . .
The month of April always brings the potential for wild weather, whether in the form of storms, tornados, or floods. But for allergy sufferers, April offers another brand of cruelty every day. For those of us who think of pollen like poison,. . .