It was cold but clear out — good weather for a march in January. My girlfriend had made some signs invoking radical political figures past: Shirley Chisholm, the Industrial Workers of the World (perhaps Elizabeth Gurley Flynn is instructive here). We had planned to park in her old neighborhood in south Boulder, in order to […]Read more "Being History: Reflections on the Women’s March in Denver"
This article was originally published in The Daily Pulp on December 26, 2014. Author’s Note: Since publishing this article, I listened a bit more and reached the conclusion that Pink Floyd’s elegiac The Endless River, Sturgill Simpson’s visionary Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, and Andrew Hozier-Byrne’s powerful Hozier also rank among the best albums of 2014. What an […]Read more "The Year in Music: 2014"