A sitcom about the McKnight Family who moves from Texas to France after mom is relocated for work with the U.S. Military. A heartfelt and witty show where family dynamics and culture clash.
There is no kitchen appliance more magical than a rice cooker. Compact, electric and brimming with tasty grains, it holds a special place in our hearts. Here, we pay tribute to the rice cooker.
This piece explores how film can help us think more deeply about our choices in life.
“How Did I Get Here?” is a podcast about the different stories of women in media and their career journeys. This episode highlights Lucy King, an Emmy award-winning documentary producer who started out in neuroscience.
In the past several months, we would often talk about how our lives had been impacted by the pandemic. We bonded over our discussion of home and what it means to us.
This poem is dedicated to all the women out there who struggle with the stress of parenting but are still able to find the love that comes from it.
We wrote two poems about our relationship to our residing borough, Queens. (Lilly is a lifelong native and Toni moved to Astoria five years ago.)
This poem focuses on the philosophy of interpreting life objectively; there is a certain calm in accepting reality as is, and taking pleasure in the mere fact of our existence.
People tell me I can’t bring my objects to the grave with me. I wanted to play around with this idea of permanence in my piece. This flash fiction explores what happens when we can.
Spilling thoughts on paper; the unrefined, unfiltered, unmuted musings of Lavera Yul.
A kind-hearted eccentric gentleman is hoodwinked by his naive gesture and a glittering gem in a dusty New York shop.
On Dream Jobs, we finally got the chance to interview a few employees from The Dream Industry and the owner of the company himself! They had no idea this was part of a larger series!
Chatty seagulls is a poem about making every second of your life worthy.
The themes in this poem sparked from an adventure in Lake Placid when I was visiting with my family. We went on a frozen nature walk and saw these gigantic ice cliffs.
Teenagers oftentimes don’t know themselves and are not well aware of their identity. This is a poem where I am exploring the different sides of my identity.