Courtesy of Sadhana Ramaseshadri

So as I’ve often asked myself, could I live without music? The events of this past weekend forced me to reconsider this question and the answer that I’ve long held to it.

John Mulaney

John Mulaney must be a timeless wizard of comedy, bending time and space to make us laugh.


Maybe the lesson I learned about the name we give fried potatoes was about more than just potatoes.


Some friends of mine recently introduced me to Letterboxd, and immediately I was hooked. Letterboxd is a social media service that allows users to track films they’ve watched, write their thoughts about said films and even see peers’ movie-watching activity.


Skinner just describes being alive, being stupid, being aware that the present-day routine will one day become nostalgia fodder.

Clara Scott

Here are some things that I have learned from my mom that I think about every single day.


What matters in the long run, I’ve begun to realize, is the quality of the art being created, not the means by which it is created. If an artist needs to make art for their own sake, so be it.

Becky Portman

It’s illegal in some countries.


Comet is the marriage of inklings of heritage and the edge of newness, feeling like a locked up secret to a slower, more thoughtful Ann Arbor. Between the simple, stark menu, dotted with trendy oat milk and meditative pour-overs and undercut with a musing, amiable energy, Comet brings something to the Ann Arbor coffee scene that it’s impossible to find elsewhere.

Courtesy of the Artist

Sarah Fennel is on the precipice of a major inflection point in her career. Her fourth, actually.