In this week’s episode our heroes Shan & Hogey discuss the upcoming Black Widow movie and take their best shot at guessing the plot based on the teaser and final trailer.
“Assault on the alphabets” written by Three Rivers native and poet Torrey Brown.
But the question lingers. Is the Corona Champion legitimate? Will the Tampa Bay Lightning still be a Stanley Cup Champion if they hoist the Cup in a 5,000-seat college arena, skating past empty seats while the Red Hot Chili Peppers are played extra loud to drown out the crickets? Would Kevin Garnett’s legendary declaration of “Anything is possible!” rung out to the heavens the same way without a cheering crowd behind him? If Bill Russell was at home for his own safety instead of standing in the confetti shower with Garnett?
Maybe not. But the soul of the game is the playing of the game.
James Smith reviews Disney-Pixar’s Onward, quotes J.R.R. Tolkien, and references Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jesus in the same sentence in this week’s edition of Gutenberg.
Those who follow us, who did not live through these unprecedented times, will ask us what we did and how we acted. They’ll be feeling the ripple effects, seen and unseen, and they’ll want to know how we responded to this serious threat. How did we help? Who did we help?
It’s OK to ride the struggle bus at times. But maybe it’s time I jump off that bus, pull up my PJ pants, because let’s be real, that’s all I’ve worn in the last month, and start walking down a new path of motherhood. The path that leads me to being the best mom I can be today instead of the perfect mom.
“Live on Purpose” is a poem by Phoenix, Arizona native, Three Rivers citizen and poet Aundrea Sayrie.
“How to Black History Month” was originally recorded on February 26, 2019 and marked the first episode of The Unapologetics Podcast hosted by Malachi “A+scribe” Carter. Watershed Voice will rollout all nine episodes of Season 1 over the next nine weeks as well as any new episodes from Season 2. So tune in each Thursday for more from Malachi Carter.
“In the time of coronavirus, there’s something refreshing about seeing people live their lives so shamelessly, even if it’s just on a television screen. Unlike in real life, no one in the Tiger King universe washes their hands each time they touch something. Heck, no one in the Tiger King universe bothers to wash their hands even after being attacked by a lion. I watched all seven episodes of the series, and I don’t think there was even a single reference to hand sanitizer.”
“News of the River” is a poem written by Three Rivers native and poet Elisabeth Wenger in honor of Watershed Voice.
Join Lisha and Juliet as they giggle and gripe their way through their (very mixed up and conflicted) review of Joker on Episode 2 of Screen Tea Podcast.
Even for the greats it all comes to an end at some point. To be a college or high school athlete, you have to deal with this realization a lot sooner than you would like. Hanging up the cleats for the last time is a feeling that will last with you forever.
Welcome true-believers and newcomers alike. On this podcast we find our heroes Shan & Hogey attempting to sort through all the beauty and madness that is the MARVEL Universe. Each week we will feature a different hero or topic and uncover the mystery one piece at a time.
Three Rivers native, poet, and Watershed Voice columnist Torrey Brown answers the hard questions between a father and a son in his first WSV poem.
Around the world there was little time to brace for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has rocked so much to the core, including me. As a daughter, friend, wife, mother… human, I am concerned about not only those that I love, but also those that I don’t know all over the world.
In the midst of planning, cleaning and assisting, one unexpected emotion that kept circling back was grief. It took me by surprise, but its presence was undeniable. Grief.
“Do not be afraid. If ever an Easter message were still every bit as timely this year as it was before, it’s that one. Do not be afraid. Not, ‘don’t worry so much about it.’ Not, ‘be reckless.’ No, Do not be afraid: for Jesus who has been crucified has been raised.'”
Three Rivers native and vocalist Courtney Moore dropped a new single Friday titled “Selfish,” the first single off her sophomore album “25.”
“What I am seeing when I look around the church and society is Easter in the truest form it’s been practiced in a long time.”