A nation resting above the Arabian sea, Pakistan’s vulnerability to climate change reveals that environmental justice is an economic issue just as much as it is an environmental one.
When we found the key to the Press archives, I only remember finding a box or two of old magazines tucked away. The rest of the long walk-in closet was instead full of records. Boxes and boxes of old WUSB promotional records from the ’80s and ’90s — relics from when the radio station was affiliated with the magazine.
In September of 2020, the Parliament of India passed three farm bills, against which the nation’s farmers launched a sustained protest. In this episode, we visit a Sikh Gurudwara and the iconic Punjabi Deli to find out about langar food and deconstruct the problems the farmers are facing in India.
We see wronged women in documentaries, movies and the news. Silly lady, she was just ticked off one too many times and blew like Vesuvius. These women are not people, only lesser facsimiles of more complicated male villains. They are either seen as absurd or clichéd tropes in most films and TV. Or are they?
After a long year, New York City reopened for good on June 15 with the statewide lifting of all COVID-19 precautions. New York is embracing crowds once again; however, the remnants of COVID-19 remain through occasionally masked faces.
How do you translate the energy and feeling of a live show — the crowd singing along, watching the lines around a concert venue with excitement — into a virtual production with an audience stuck at home? How does new music, intended to shake a room, get converted into a virtual experience? For Brockhampton, achieving that feat means utilizing the tools in their playbook that make for a great live show, and adapting them.