Fat Americans take on the Stylish, Overfed, Snooty French By Erica Sanderson Welcome one and all to the first Culture Corner! This column
By Bill McMillan Q&A with the Cool Kids 3 p.m. – I’m backstage at Juice Jam 2009 with my friend and journalistic comrade
Everything But the Kitchen Sink By Jamie Miles A good drinking buddy is more than someone who is willing to carry you home
Pride Fever L is for lesbians tying the knot. G is for gay couples who are finally called a “family.” B is for
She Bop “She bop–he bop–a–we bop I bop–you bop–a–they bop” -Cyndi Lauper, “She Bop” Long before female masturbation became fodder for Cyndi Lauper
Orange is the New Black By Naomi Ratner Lauren Kessler’s Blair Waldorf-inspired designs are a must have for any Syracuse University fashion addict.
By Nigel Smith An Arts Journalist’s Road Trip to the Toronto Film Festival A mere four hour drive north of Syracuse stands Canada’s
Pop Goes the Culture By Bethany Larson The Amish. These two words typically conjure images of a backwards people who speak a weird
By Xavier Saskatoon The Noisemaker Fuck You Juice Jam 2009. Fuck You. It’s not that you’re featuring Technicolor electro-hop duo The Cool Kids
By Jessica Novak Novak’s Noise White After Labor Day immediately gained popularity when it burst onto the Syracuse University music scene in 2007.