Last Stand Radio: Episode V

You humans seem to have a liking for war. Your species has a violent history. Not the worst I’ve seen, but impressive, nonetheless. As you yearn for love, you tend to desire hate.   What fascinates me most are the things you call your “World Wars.” Years after these wars ended, you seemed to remain…

Dear General Rossum: Week VI

“Dear General Rossum, My boyfriend of six months and I have been invited to a friend’s Halloween party, and I want to go in a couple’s costume. I think it’d be really cute, but he says we’d “look like total dorks.” This makes me wonder if he’s embarrassed to be seen with me or something.…

Civility and the Issues Reign in 2nd Graham-Southerland Debate

In the second House congressional debate between Democratic challenger Gwen Graham and Republican incumbent Rep. Steve Southerland, a rare atmosphere of friendliness and civility emerged between the candidates in the midst of a closely watched and heated race for Florida’s 2nd Congressional District.   The race for the district has been one of most high-profile…

American Authors at the Moon

They were playing at the Moon, so we didn’t expect them to have such a spectacular light show. American Authors is a rock group based out of New York City, the ones responsible for the hit song, “Best Day of My Life.” Most of their music  has this upbeat tone, hopeful, which is a breath…

Fashion Designer, Oscar de la Renta, dies at 82

Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who was a couturier to socialites for more than 40 years died on Monday, October 20, 2014 at age 82. De la Renta’s death was confirmed by his wife, Annette de la Renta. He died in his home in Kent, Connecticut, surrounded by those he loved. The cause…

Tazing in Frenchtown

On Sept. 30, Tallahassee became the latest source of police brutality, a topic sweeping the nation in light of recent events and protests. A total of four people were arrested for resistance without violence in Tallahassee’s Frenchtown after Quontarrius Jones was ordered to stop walking in the street despite the lack of sidewalks on Dunn…

Food Truck Thursdays

Between the cottages and the water, hundreds of people gather beneath the oak trees in their blankets and folded chairs to enjoy local live music and delicious food at Food Truck Thursday at Lake Ella. This event has revolutionized how the people of Tallahassee dine by combining a strong sense of community with an array…

“What Forever Feels Like,” at the MoFA

The Museum of Fine Arts at Florida State University recently opened a new exhibition in the lower gallery titled “What Forever Feels Like.” This exhibit is composed entirely of original artwork by artists that fall somewhere on the broad Autism spectrum. Each piece of artwork holds its own significant meaning, as the art is a…

NCAA Rules Continue to Cause Debate

Jameis Winston, FSU’s celebrated quarterback, continues to carry the most recent national champions through a spotless season with the playoffs in sight. Not too far North, No. 9 Georgia’s showcase running back, Todd Gurley, is averaging 8.2 yards per carry and a part of team headed to win the SEC East. However, the under-the-table autograph…

Dear General Rossum: Week V

“Dear General Rossum, Every year on Halloween, on my way home from Trick-or-Treating, Billy Prescott beats me up and takes my candy. I take other roads home, but he finds me. I told my mom and she told his mom, but his mom told my mom no he didn’t. How do I get to keep…