Note: This is the third in our Sunday Stew Essay Series by notable South End area essayists, touching on a diverse array of topics. The second can be read here.
by Jaime Rodriguez
Seattle—the Emerald City, they call it—full of such life and splendid beauty. The downside to this is the murkiness that lies within this sprawling metropolis. When I speak of murkiness I speak of its deeply racist undertones. Continue reading Sunday Stew: Arm and Arm
Note: This is the second in our Sunday Stew Essay Series by notable South End area essayists, touching on a diverse array of topics. The first can be read here.
by Paul Kiefer
Damian Clairmont, in the eyes of many Americans, was evil. Continue reading Sunday Stew: The Fragility of Damian Clairmont
by Lola Peters
Dear Mars Hill Alumni:
Yup. Now’s a good time to reframe your identity: ALUMNI. No doubt Rick Warren gave you lots of good ideas on how to get past this transition in your lives, but I thought you might want to hear from someone who’s actually gone through something similar: a spiritual divorce, if you will. Continue reading Sunday Stew: Dear Mars Hill Alumni