The spiritual illumination of being present: Just Love, Just Light

Enduring extreme physical pain and byzantine modern medicine, she found a healing path by entrusting nature with her body and soul. Stefani Lรฉon and her dog Penny Folding clothes in a sort of ho hum manner was a typical malaise working in fast fashion. I don't think ill on my experience working in retail, it … Continue reading The spiritual illumination of being present: Just Love, Just Light

Under the influence: A review of Valley of the Dolls

Jacqueline Susann was a widely respected actress, singer, dancer - a woman about town. She had her run in NYC and Hollywood and recounts her lifestyle in the most resonate way: she writes a book. Valley of the Dolls was published in December of 1966 and was the biggest success of that year. To date, … Continue reading Under the influence: A review of Valley of the Dolls

Retro punk kitsch: an interview with Vintage MRKT

One day I went to a popup market in downtown Las Vegas across from the old Fergusons Motel. There is this quaint alleyway paved with the greenest grass and is full of the community's local businesses. This is where I bought my first shirt from Vintage MRKT: an 11th Street Records t-shirt, the local record … Continue reading Retro punk kitsch: an interview with Vintage MRKT

Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

One of my all time favorite FEEL-GOOD movies is the 1986 classicย Ferris Bueller's Day Off. It is a must watch while we're all in quarantine, because we can fondly remember being allowed in large crowds during that epic parade scene. It holds up decades later as one of the most iconic 80s movies by John … Continue reading Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off