Issue IV: The Political Issue
Photography by Ben Rowland Words by Nicole Berti Today’s political climate is frighteningly divisive and our system of representation is, no doubt, easily manipulated and skewed. Seemingly controlled by the wealthy and elite for the benefit of the wealthy and elite, the system often works to the benefit of the few rather than the many.
Words by Ian MacKaye Intro and Interview by Megan Martin There’s something inherently linked between music and politics. They are two juxtaposing worlds living in a parallel universe causing the sound and the fury. A rallied call for energy, for change, for excitement, fists pumping in the air chanting for a chorus or a cause.
Photography by Anouk Morgan Model: Nicoline P. Malina
Words by Megan Martin as told by Michael Angelo A Day in Wonderland Czecholosavakian supermodel Veronica Varekova sat, as she had several times before, amid sparkling chandeliers and glass vanities peering at her reflection. Blue streamers hung from the ceilings and pop music played overhead. She was at the beauty parlor, a tradition women have
Photography by Tom Winchester Styled by Brianna Lance Hair by Marcel Dagenais Makeup by Susie Sobol Vintage Denim: Shenan Vest, Lips Jeans Jewelry: Kathryn Bentley Production Asst: Megan Martin, Clay Rodery Models: Micah Chartrand, Amy Hixson, Kimanee Wilson, Shawn Sutton, Jason Heiber Special Thanks to Wonderland Beauty Parlor
Photographer: Naho Kubota Grooming by Marcel Dagenais Makeup byLindsay Hile Model: Amit “Swan” Greenberg
Words by Megan Martin In junior high there were these handball courts. They were in the very back of the play yard, past the field where we ran the mile and beyond the locker rooms where we discovered our insecurities. The handball courts were about 20 feet high and divided up into three sections on
Words by The Clash Ring! Ring! It’s 7:00 A.M.! Move y’self to go again Cold water in the face Brings you back to this awful place Knuckle merchants and you bankers, too Must get up an’ learn those rules Weather man and the crazy chief One says sun and one says sleet A.M., the F.M.
Photography by Bryce Ward Words by Jamie Bryan Meet the New Bohemians. Like a lot of New Yorkers, they’re charming, opinionated, and overwhelmingly talented.
Words by Will Asbo Photography by Marcel Dagenais The Politics of Boss: Live From The Slave Box The Politics Of Boss is a chain of command not to be rattled. I understood NY had a hire & fire ethos but never realized being part of it’s “flexible” workforce would essentially be like living under some