Posts from the ‘TBT’ category

TBT: Randolph Bourne’s “Transnational America”

  During the Super Bowl, Coca Cola ran an ad that featured a multi-lingual rendition of “America the Beautiful.” I personally thought that the ad was…

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TBT: RIP Pete Seeger

  Famed folk singer Pete Seeger died earlier this week, and I want to use this TBT to commemorate him as best I can. Unfortunately, I’m…

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TBT: Ms. Hill, Then and Now

I first discovered the 1998 megahit The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill upon starting high school. It was a personally turbulent time in which I reevaluated my…

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TBT: Remembering Pavement

  With its former frontman Stephen Malkmus releasing his new band’s latest album Wig Out at Jagbags last week, now seems like as good a time as…

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TBT: An Interview with William Faulkner

  This week’s installment of Throwback Thursday is an interview with famed American author William Faulkner, given to The Paris Review in 1956.   To read…

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TBT: Mario Savio at UC Berkeley

Throwback thursday as I’m sure many of you know is a popular tradition on Twitter, Instagram, and social media platforms of all kinds. So we figured…

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