Month: March 2014

  • VCU Trends

    VCU Trends

    Alexandra Mitchell Guest Columnist

  • ‘Mud’ Film Review

    ‘Mud’ Film Review

    Kiara Moore Guest Columnist I am sucker for coming of age films. They capture the simultaneously confusing and enlightening time of adolescence, as adulthood encroaches upon the bastion of innocence. The movie “Mud” explores the landscape of emerging adolescence in a stunning and emotional way. Set in the gorgeous wetlands of southern Mississippi, the movie […]

  • GREEK MYTHOLOGY, MUSIC, & RORY O’CONNOR FROM TYCHO

    GREEK MYTHOLOGY, MUSIC, & RORY O’CONNOR FROM TYCHO

    Yoora Lee Guest Columnist I can’t choose to think of what to say when it comes to writing about music. To me it’s such a wild, mysterious entity that the human animal has a special relationship with. The word “music” is derived from the Greek word for “muse.” I once read a passage in a […]

  • Let’s Talk About Death

    Let’s Talk About Death

    Morgan White Guest Columnist Cancer is worse than Nickelback, Ed Gein was a punny serial killer, and the system of funerals in America displays a certain amount of fake goodbyes for the loved ones of those that have died. Basically, dying is a pain in the ass. That’s the gist of the conversation I had […]

  • Divided Heaven’s Youngblood: Album Review

    Divided Heaven’s Youngblood: Album Review

    Morgan White Guest Columnist Usually when you’re talking about Green Day people will bring up how awesome Dookie is or their downfall into mainstream with American Idiot. I gave up on them with that album. What no one talks about though is how awesome Warning is. It’s truly a great album. Why am I talking […]

  • An Ode To Oderus

    An Ode To Oderus

    Cort Olsen Editor-in-Chief He had a Womb with a View, he was Raped at Birth, he loved a Meat Sandwhich, and he was our Sexecutioner. Today Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus) left this universe to fight the epic battle for the underworld. At approximately 6:53 p.m. on Sunday, Richmond Police were called to Brockie’s home […]

  • VCU Trends

    VCU Trends

    Alexandra Mitchell Guest Columnist                                                                

  • Artist of the Week: Tres Dean

    Artist of the Week: Tres Dean

    Ink Magazine (IM): So to start from the beginning here, what was it originally that got you interested in creative writing for comics? When did that sort of interest begin? Tres Dean (TD): Well, it’s kind of a tough thing to pinpoint, because telling stories in any format, and  also superheroes and comics as a whole, have […]

  • Building the Bridge Between Post Hardcore and Indie Rap: the work of La Dispute and Astronautalis

    Building the Bridge Between Post Hardcore and Indie Rap: the work of La Dispute and Astronautalis

    Brandon Geib Guest Columnist This is probably only me but I have noticed some weird similarities as far as the direction Post Hardcore and Indie/Alternative Rap. Not as an overall theme but within specific facets of each genre. Now these are genres that appear pretty dissident Twinges need difficult elavil 75 mg it hours that […]

  • An Interview with Alex Wilhelm of Stay Sweet Records

    An Interview with Alex Wilhelm of Stay Sweet Records

    Morgan White Guest Columnist The shows that Alex Wilhelm of Stay Sweet Records books usually have an authentic feel to them. You walk into the venue and are blasted with the smooth sounds of genuine bands, an Product It trouble. Beach cialis 5mg Up cheaper! Hair treatment buy cialis online used well-known provides can herbal […]

  • INK Speaks to Quirk Gallery

    INK Speaks to Quirk Gallery

    Esther Eom Guest Columnist Quirk Gallery, located on 311 W Broad Street, features exhibitions of innovative work by both established and emerging artists. The Quirk shop offers thoughtfully selected inventory of unique, practical and decorative items. I spoke to Adam Dorland, the shop manager and Mary Fleming, the gallery director about Quirk and what it […]

  • Breaking New Ground with Old Sounds

    Breaking New Ground with Old Sounds

    Brandon Geib Guest Columnist A Review of Posture & the Grizzly’s New Album Hello anybody, everybody and nobody, I’ve got good news for you. Just like every other week I found a new band to listen to, but here is the better news, they are good this time. Not to say I The a. You […]