Blair Witch (2016) Review

Blair Witch (2016) Directed by Adam Wingard Horror, Thriller. Rated R. 1h29m. Review by Tommy Cashman “Just down right disappointed” is something one might say after watching Blair Witch (2016). It isn’t what I said, no, my response was more of a gentle exhale accompanied with a frown, but everyone is different. The film begins twenty years after Heather Donahue, the main(ish) character from the first … Continue reading Blair Witch (2016) Review

‘Lonely Eagle’ by Roark Moody

Lonely eagle. High above the endless skies I soar. It gets lonely up here sometimes – But I’m too busy flying to care anymore.   I keep my focus as I weave through deep black clouds             I enter a new horizon but no one is around I’ve ascended to great heights no bird has ever flown             I can see my creator so I … Continue reading ‘Lonely Eagle’ by Roark Moody

The Women’s Marches were more important than you think

These marches have received, from what I’ve seen online and heard out loud, an equal mix of disapproval and pride. Of course, much like with the election, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but whether or not you think we were stupid for marching on January 21, you have to agree that we were heard. The Chicago march escalated in size overnight going from … Continue reading The Women’s Marches were more important than you think

Yes We Can: Moving forward after the election

For the past few months, since the election, I have been in sort of a place of denial.  Today is Inauguration Day, January 20th, and it is all too real. It’s here. Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States. I was covering the election that night, like most journalists, watching the states turn either red or blue, one by one. With each … Continue reading Yes We Can: Moving forward after the election

A look inside a Chicago Trump protest march (photos)

Today is the day that the 45th President Donald Trump gets sworn in. These photos are from Saturday, November 12, 2016 in downtown Chicago during a large protest march a few days after the election results: Photo Credits: Tom Zmuda Follow Copper Arrow Magazine on… Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Continue reading A look inside a Chicago Trump protest march (photos)

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Why I Won’t Be Quiet About Trump

My Facebook friends saw me completely unload after the election. Sharing article after article, writing up my opinions, posting personal photos and videos of me attending a protest in front of Chicago’s Trump Tower. I’ve since calmed down quite a bit, but there are sprinkles of anti-Trump rhetoric continuing on my page. And it won’t stop during the next four years. The election has had … Continue reading Why I Won’t Be Quiet About Trump

How a YouTuber Brought Back a Short-Lived Soda from the 90s

“All that I want is a Crystal Pepsi, to share with you.” The 90s were known for its weird trends and products. Food and beverages were no exception. Which is why it was perfect timing in 1993 to introduce Crystal Pepsi, a clear cola. Initially, the product was a major success, but the fad quickly died out and Crystal Pepsi was pulled off shelves within a … Continue reading How a YouTuber Brought Back a Short-Lived Soda from the 90s