We’re a week into summer, crusaders, so naturally, that must mean it’s National Sunglasses Day!
I realize that for many, sunglasses are a sign of the summer season, but that (along with some pretty sweet light sensitivity) has never stopped us here at the 2WC from rocking them the rest of the year.
Because although we all love them for their sun shielding properties, sunglasses have so much more to offer. Read the rest of this entry
Twenty years ago today readers first met “The Boy Who Lived,” or as he’s more commonly known — Harry Potter.
This eleven-year-old outsider who lived in a cupboard below the stairs, and happened to be a wizard, quickly became one of the most beloved characters of modern literature. An entire generation of young readers grew up not just with Harry, but with the entire Wizarding World. Read the rest of this entry
This weekend the LGBTQ community celebrates Pride with parades, parties, and festivities around the world. And while these will be colorful joyous affairs, among these celebrations of life and love, there’s still a hint of its origins in protest and demonstration and that matters, because as Zer said in her post yesterday, “there’s still work to be done.”
However, today it’s just as important to acknowledge and cherish the change that has come as it is to continue reaching for true equality. So today’s #SundayFunday goes out to the LGBTQ community and really everyone celebrating and fighting for social justice. That truly is something to take Pride in. Read the rest of this entry
Happy Pride Weekend! For those of you unfamiliar with this annual celebration, welcome to the 21st century. This weekend is all about celebrating the LGBTQ community…which means a lot.
That means taking heart in how far the world has come and accepting that there’s still work to be done. Read the rest of this entry
As is quite often the case, this summer of blockbusters is full of sequels, but not just sequels, sequels coming off of sequels we’d rather forget. Earlier this summer we saw a valiant effort made by “Pirates of the Caribbean” to erase its fourth installment from its story arc, and this week brings us another Disney
So, with Pixar on its side, was “Cars 3” able to overcome some of the oddity of its immediate predecessor? Start your engines, movie lovers, and get ready for one heck of a comeback race. Read the rest of this entry