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Marnie Feuerriegel

Photography: DaRemen J – Nostalgia in North Carolina

It’'s 7 pm on a balmy Sunday night and you’'re not ready to go home. The subtropical climate suggests paradise; that warmth, open spaces and neverending sunrays. It’'s a place where youths, often contemplative in nature generate a nonchalant atmosphere and the feeling of an endless summer. Warm skin, disheveled hair, minimal clothing. These are…

“I think humans are just a part of nature” – A talk with Chen Chong

Spirituality. Nakedness. Environment. Life. When one contemplates the exposed human body in relation to nature, it’s easy to forget about the ego. In Eastern philosophy, humans are attached to nature. Here, Chinese photographer Chen Chong has combined the two in his series "About Eternity," creating a seamless vision of nature’s relationship with the human body.…

Book Review: “Kill City” by Ash Thayer – Life As a Resident of See Skwat in New York in the 90s

Lady Liberty, The Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge. These are just a few examples of what one might visualize when asked about New York City. With five boroughs, eight million inhabitants, glitz, glamour, guns and gangs, it holds true that the city undoubtedly never sleeps. Manhattans Lower East Side, once a heavily populated immigrant neighborhood…

“In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms” by Adrienne Salinger —— All the Glory of The 90s

We live in an ever-changing, ever-evolving world yet despite constant adjustment, history undoubtedly repeats itself. Take the Great Depression of the 1930’s and the economic crisis of 2008… or the unfortunate revival of U2. Comeback tours, revived acting careers, Bush 1 and unfortunately, Bush 2. Sometimes, things really should just stay in the past. Fortunately,…