Patrick Hills, the mind behind Earth Tone Studios in Sacramento and this month's WILT subject, brought us a pretty awesome behind the scenes look at music in his interview. Read all about him in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I recently started reviewing for IndieReader and was pleasantly surprised by this by a bro for a bro guide to planning a wedding. Read my review here.
Cryo aka Mary Safro is someone I stumbled upon on Twitter and I'm so glad I did. Her art is awesome and I'm really enjoying the comic she co-creates Drugs & Wires. Read all about her in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
One of the things I miss about Sacramento is the awesome art, like this great exhibit at the Crocker. The mix of art and environmentalism really speaks to me, especially nowadays. Learn more about the exhibit in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
This month's topic was requested by my fellow writer K. A. Parker and is all about Oracle Cards. Cartomancy Minus the Tarot or What's the Deal With Oracle Cards? It is hard to track the history and origins of Oracle Cards (also called wisdom cards), mostly because the term itself is a bit misleading. Any deck... Continue Reading →
I was entranced by Christian Orrillo's otherworldly portraits the minute I saw them on Twitter. It was lovely to be able to feature him in TUBE.'s latest Creators to Watch article.
It was nice to go a little outside the usual WILT mold and interview skate shop owner Melody White of Boulevard Skate Shop in Sacramento. Learn all about her and check out her great WILT playlist in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Finding artists on Twitter for this column has really made using that platform so much more fun. Case in point: Tyler Feder, whose illustrations are awesome, inclusive, and empowering. Check her and her work out in my new TUBE. Magazine article.