Realizations During COVID-19

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has reached the United States people have been panicked and cautious when they step out of their homes. Citizens in Florida and South Carolina were asked their opinion about the current state of the country based on what they’ve seen so far. What is something you’ve realized during this COVID-19 pandemic? Photo by Catherine VladimirovRachel, Airbnb Host “People tend to panic more than just think out the...

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Learn From Me: Just Stay Home
May12

Learn From Me: Just Stay Home

As soon as the news that KBCC was transferring to distance education was in my inbox, we bought a ticket to Columbia. My fiancé and I love traveling, but everyone around us was panicking. Photo by Catherine VladimirovStay home to help fight COVID-19 People were stockpiling cleaning supplies, canned foods and toilet paper. Why toilet paper? If anything, you probably need tissues if you catch the virus. Stores ran out of masks which...

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The Glass Menagerie: A Rollercoaster of Emotions that Goes Perfectly with a Glass of Wine
May11

The Glass Menagerie: A Rollercoaster of Emotions that Goes Perfectly with a Glass of Wine

Photo by Chris LouposThe Glass Menagerie goes perfectly with a glass of wine Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch’s revival of the Tennessee Williams play, “The Glass Menagerie” is exactly what you need to see on a chilly October evening. Staged at The Wild Project, it’s a roller coaster of emotions that goes perfectly with a glass of wine in hand.  Matt de Rogatis opens up the production, explaining that memory is “sentimental, not...

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Shannon Caravello: Mother, Teacher, Fighter
Apr30

Shannon Caravello: Mother, Teacher, Fighter

Photo by Catherine VladimirovCaravello in her studio She came here to study fine arts, but became a farming, health-advocating teacher of self defense. Shannon Caravello, a martial arts enthusiast, mother, gardener and professor of various courses at Kingsborough Community College has been steadily collecting college degrees, now working on her dissertation. It all began when Caravello decided to go to college and her mother told her...

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