Minimalist, awash in choruses of sunsets, Emily Keener’s newest record, “I Do Not Have To Be Good,” is an indie folk paradise. Paradise is a loose term; beneath the surface of its sonics is a lackadaisical rebellion for freedom.
Air is a funny thing. As a nurse, Anna Njau has witnessed the lack of it. She held the hands of gasping patients in the final throes of pulmonary diseases and lung cancer.
Despite the density of most nonfiction literature on wars, “D-Day Girls” reads with tactile smoothness and begins with intense character development of the prominent women focused on in Rose’s research and interviews.
I never imagined that my life would change in such drastic ways, let alone the lives of millions across the globe would too. This is not just an issue I can watch unfold and develop, but one that I can personally feel the impact of.