Selling High Street

“A city is measured by the character of its institutions. The street is one of its first institutions. Today these institutions are on trial,” declared architect Louis Kahn in a 1971 address

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Phenomenology of The City

“This is the train to: Grand Central. The next station is: Grand Central.” The Metro-North speaker rings loud and clear—a voice distinctive, familiar, and

October 31st, 2023 (Halloween Issue)

Walking Among the Dead  Culture by Hannah Nashed Connecticut’s Spookiest Couple Features by Megan Kernis Stepping Into Character and Acting Out Opinion by Daviana

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Formless Killing Machines

James Cameron makes the kind of movies you fall in love with as a child, write off as trashy action flicks when you develop a superiority complex around film, and eventually regard

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Going vegan: more meaty men for me! Sambas: have you guys heard about these?! YDN: in case your imposter syndrome wasn’t bad enough Open Floor Plan: easier to gossip Apple a day:

An Interview with Khatumu

Khatumu Tuscherer, TD ’24, sat down in my tiny attic room to have her makeup done and chat before her 17o1 Records debut on Howe Street this November. Khat says she usually

A Santa for Any Occasion

After much research, I have concluded that Santa is not real. Apparently, everyone else has already discovered this. Despite the public consensus, parents continue to weave the lie of Santa for their

Best Albums of 2023

List week is upon us, my friends, and so, continuing in the tradition I established last year that absolutely no one regards as tradition, I am once again positioning myself as the


Songbirds and Snakes Comes Up Short

After scrolling past one too many Tom Blyth thirst traps and experiencing the resurgence of the Josh Hutcherson whistle edit, I was persuaded to watch The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. This

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