Annie Iezzi is a student at Barnard College of Columbia University, studying English and Political Science and writing in her scarce (and cherished) free time.
Emily Robinson squeezed in some time to talk with Honeysuckle about the film, her inspiration, and how she’s living her best, post-adolescent life
A real-life drama to rival that of cinema, the story of the Cuban Five in Wasp Network captivated its audience at the New York Film Festival this fall. The film was shaped by Fernando Morais’ nonfiction account of the events, The Last Soldiers of the Cold War, and directed by Olivier Assayas. These talent powerhouses,...
Today’s sororities and fraternities hold high their inclusivity as a point of pride, and now, it’s exclusionary to assume that queer people aren’t in the Greek community.
Magda has personally trained the barbers to not only welcome (and deliver!) outrageous cuts, but to welcome clients of every background, identity, and preference.
End the re-enslavement of communities of color who were, and still are, impacted by the fallacious War on Drugs by supporting the legalization of adult cannabis use in New York State.
The festival displays radical films that depart via content or technique from stereotypical Hollywood productions to push back on commercial and audience expectations.
It seems that Harsley’s community is drawn as much to him as they are to his art, documentation, and the communal good housed at his gallery
The convention created an opportunity and a space for cannabis/hemp entrepreneurs and supporters to participate in panel discussions, workshop experiences, and conversations to educate the community.