Five Reasons to get excited about Amazon Prime’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel premiered on Amazon Prime as a single episode during their pilot season in March of this year. Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards) plays Midge Maisel, a New York housewife during the 1950’s, who becomes a stand-up comedienne after her husband leaves her, a struggling comic himself. The show was picked up … More Five Reasons to get excited about Amazon Prime’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Colorado: Photo Series

“The mountains are calling and I must go…” -John Muir Yesterday I returned from a week-long trip to Colorado, where I stayed just outside of Denver in the Lakewood community. Lakewood is beautiful and secluded in the foothills with views of the Red Rocks and Dinosaur Ridge. We spent the trip traveling through the Rocky … More Colorado: Photo Series

Weekly Things

“Weekly Things” is my (semi) weekly post where I talk about the things I’m loving, find interesting, or just feel like sharing. Here’s where my head is at this week: The Dial I reread Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “Self-Reliance” (post coming soon) and did some research on the Transcendentalist movement of the early to mid-1800s. I … More Weekly Things

Weekly Favorites

alt-J’s new album “Relaxer” I’ve been listening to the English indie band’s new album, which came out earlier this month. It’s soft and dark with a variety of sounds and instruments. On their website you can play an interactive game inspired by the album. “Red” by Ramsey Shehadeh I read this short story on last … More Weekly Favorites

Newest Findings from NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter

Five years after its launch, NASA’s Juno mission entered Jupiter’s orbit and began its approach to the planet’s clouds in July, 2016. NASA has just finished studying the data and images from Juno’s first flyby. The Juno mission is led by the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). “The solar-powered spacecraft’s eight scientific instruments are designed to … More Newest Findings from NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter

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“The Art of Asterculture” by Sarah Gailey for I came across this lovely, whimsical piece last week. Gailey gives instructions on how to make star-wine. If you’re looking to check-out from reality for a few minutes and remember what it is to dream, then give it a read. The xx Last weekend I went … More Weekly Favorites