By

Reagan Harvey
1 2 3 4 5 This spring, I embarked on a journey through the southeastern wilderness. Growing up in a rural community, there was much time and not much choice in exploring the fields, forests and streams. As a deliberate act of reconnecting to the beauty that our subtropical climate has to offer, my adventures...
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“Be intentional.” “Set your intentions.” “Live your life intentionally.” Acting with intention has become a buzz-action of sorts, if I can coin a phrase, here — kinda like self-love being marketed to women as being sure to schedule time for essential oil-filled bubble baths and manicures. And those things are nice and relaxing, don’t get...
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Finally, a cookout whose guest list you can control! This listicle isn’t meant to educate you on the obvious reasons why America’s ill-conceived idea of “independence” is not at all worth celebrating for any of us whose ancestors were torn from their homes and sold into slavery in a foreign and cruel land. We do...
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Google Chromecast is a great streaming device (not an endorsement, I’m just saying) because it does cool things, like allow you to customize a homepage of what you see on the television when you aren’t watching a show. One of those features is a basic weather tracker, based on your location. I live in central...
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Are you a last minute shopper? Bad at gifting? Simply stumped? Draw some inspiration from this list of really nifty gifts, all reasonably priced under $50. Resist Stamped Necklaces Gift this stylish trinket of resisterhood, available in both gold and silver.   90’s Themed ‘All Black’ T-shirt For the 90’s baby in your life, this...
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Last Thursday night, people quietly crowded into theater #9 at Malco Grandview of Madison to see Jackson, the documentary. Jackson shines a light on what life is like in a place where the ‘pro-life’ movement has made access to legal abortion almost impossible. Mississippi has one clinic in the entire state that performs abortion procedures....
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  I remember it being the tail-end of my sophomore year in college, and I’d fallen in tremendous like with a girl and shot my shot, as they say. I wasn’t exactly sure how it worked: me, a girl, asking another girl if she wanted to go out “like that.” But I did, and I...
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Y’all Don’t Pay Me Enough to Afford Fireworks … Ahhh, July 4th. A day where patriots across this never-so-great land celebrate our foremothers and fathers waging and winning war against the Redcoats and declaring U.S. independence once and for all. Personally, it’s a day where I get to gorge myself on red meat and spend...
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